Re­train­ing Day

HK Magazine - - PAGE 3 -

Hong Kong has seen its first batch of “meat-cut­ting tech­ni­cians” grad­u­ate this week. They were named by the Em­ploy­ees Re­train­ing Board, which was keen to at­tract more young peo­ple to the time-hon­ored but poorly re­garded butch­ers’ pro­fes­sion. We think it’s a great idea. Here’s 18 more sug­ges­tions for Hong Kong jobs that are crying out to be re­named.

1) Cal­i­for­nia Fit­ness sales­per­son 2) El­derly street scav­enger 3) Broad­band sales­per­son 4) Po­lice of­fi­cer 5) Ty­coon Pep­per Spray Ven­dor 6) Feng shui master 7) Fish­ball hawker 8) Civil ser­vant 9) Lawyer Univer­sal Guilt Totem Street Ob­sta­cle As­set Cus­to­dian Aquatic Spheroid Ad­vo­cate Life­time Em­ployee, Soft Ride Depart­ment Wealth Redis­tri­bu­tion Fa­cil­i­ta­tor 10) Prop­erty de­vel­oper Truth Economist (Un­em­ployed) Taoist Sex Wiz­ard Lead Ar­chi­tect, Pro­hibitive Cost Di­vi­sion 11) Book­seller 12) Taxi driver 13) Pro-Bei­jing Legco mem­ber 14) Pan-dem Legco mem­ber 15) In­vest­ment banker 16) Triad Avid Main­land Fre­quenter Cre­ative Route Man­ager Rub­ber Stamp Op­er­a­tor Re­fusal Collection Agent Avarice Shep­herd Ac­ci­dent “Preven­tion” Of­fi­cer

17) Not a doc­tor/lawyer/ar­chi­tect Dis­ap­point­ment to Chi­nese Par­ents

18) Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Finger­pup­pet

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