Warilla post office forced to delete advert claiming they will 'not hire ...

Post office forced to delete part of their job advert after it said they 'wouldn't hire over-entitled millennials with an inflated sense of entitlement' Australia Post-licensed post office near Wollongong forced to delete job advert  Seek advert had vowed not to hire millennial with 'inflated sense of entitlement' Listing published on Thursday was shared to outrage online on Friday morning One resident who lived close to Warilla post office called listing 'unprofessional'  Licensee Angela Cramp said the 'firestorm' she had created was unintentional

By Charlie Coë For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:42 GMT, 24 January 2020 | Updated: 01:05 GMT, 24 January 2020

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An Australia Post-licensed post office has been forced to delete a job advert in which they vowed not to hire a millennial 'with an inflated sense of entitlement'.

The post office in Warilla, 15km south of Wollongong in New South Wales, uploaded the advertisement to job website Seek on Thursday afternoon.

The listing for a retail trainee gave a list of ten desired characteristics for applicants, with the final bullet point raising eyebrows online.

A job advert in which a New South Wales post office vowed not to hire a millennial 'with an inflated sense of entitlement' has been removed from Seek's website

A job advert in which a New South Wales post office vowed not to hire a millennial 'with an inflated sense of entitlement' has been removed from Seek's website

'Unfortunately, the successful applicant will not be an over-entitled millennial with an inflated sense of entitlement,' the bullet point read.

A screenshot of the unusual requirement was shared to Reddit on Friday morning, with one commenter reporting the millennial-related line was still live as of 9am.

The bullet point has since been removed though from the

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