Are you a young professional looking to break into the medical field? Do you have the drive and ambition to make a difference? Do you have a flexible schedule? Lastly and most importantly, are you hot?
A hospital in Stockholm is seeking "TV-series hot" nurses, sorry "TV-commercial hot" nurses, you need not apply. This is the job advertisement for Stockholm South General Hospital seeking sexy nurses:
"You will be motivated, professional and have a sense of humor. And of course, you will be TV-series hot or a Söder hipster. Throw in a nurse's education and you are welcome to seek a summer job at Södersjukhuset's emergency department."
Based on the stereotypes that I've seen my entire life, I just assumed that every Swedish girl was tall, blonde, and had large bosoms, but after reading this ad I guess Sweden has ugly people just like us. The hospital claims that the posting was a bit outrageous in an attempt to gain attention. “We want people to be curious and have a little imagination,” head nurse (that always makes me giggle) Elisabeth Gauffin said.
Some have called the ad exclusionary, but Jörgen Andersson, the nursing manager at the hospital defended the brilliant hiring campaign, “We're looking to recruit competent nurses above all, but we wanted to stick out a bit with our advertising campaign, and we managed to do that." Being in a hospital is a very depressing situation, so I don't see why having attractive nurses is seen as such a bad thing. Who knows maybe seeing a sexy nurse every day will inspire a debilitated patient to battle through their predicament. So as I see it, if you're against hot nurses, than you're against sick people getting better.
The only negative I can imagine is that some h*rny guy is going to purposely break his arm one week, then infect himself with measles another, just so he can ogle the hot nurses.