George Osborne has got yet another job and people are frankly worried for their careers
Because five jobs clearly wasn’t enough.
George Osborne has added yet another string to his career bow by taking up the role as an honorary professor of economics at the University of Manchester.
That is now the sixth post the former chancellor has taken up since quitting politics.
He is also editor of the Evening Standard newspaper, an adviser to investment management firm BlackRock, chairman of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership, a fellow at US think tank the McCain Institute, and makes lucrative after-dinner speeches around the world for the Washington Speakers Bureau.
And to be honest, people are feeling a bit worried for their own job security.
Raise your hand if you're slightly concerned George Osborne is about to take your job— Alan White (@aljwhite) June 29, 2017
you get home— Tom Phillips (@flashboy) June 29, 2017
george osborne is sitting on your sofa
“why are y-” you begin
“i’m you now” says george osborne, before kissing your husband
And also a bit annoyed.
I'm struggling to find a full-time job and I'd bet the contents of my bank account that I'd be better than George Osborne at all of his.— Peter (@phfffft) June 29, 2017
Has anyone considered the possibility that it's actually George Osborne coming over here and taking our jobs?— Andrew (@RooKnight) June 29, 2017
Are there any jobs he won’t do?
George Osborne is also my mum's Avon representative???— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) June 29, 2017
Not everyone is a fan of his latest appointment.
Gutted I might not be at UoM for the students' reaction to Osborne next year, they'll, correctly, be furious and willing to show it— Ellie Welch (@EllieRWelch) June 29, 2017
And you thought you were busy…