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Boob Jobs Offered to Job Seekers — Hilarious or Horrifying?

Health insurance, an easy commute, flexible hours, or a simple paycheck might attract you to a job these days, but an understaffed health clinic in Prague is using free plastic surgery to lure doctors, nurses, and secretaries.

New employees who sign a three-year contract can choose between free breast implants, liposuction, or tummy tucks. Breast implants typically cost three times the average nurse's monthly salary, so it's a great deal!

Does this sounds like a good perk (pun intended)?


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Pistil Pistil 8 years
bransugar, that actually makes sense. Most companies and businesses offer employee discounts and rates. I think this is just a regular clinic, though. That would be like my boss offering me a boob job, except that would never happen because they are far too cheap.
bransugar79 bransugar79 8 years
It's not really that revolutionary. Most plastic surgeons in the US offer this same perk to their employees. Granted it's not a "signing bonus" for a 3 year contract, but most employees are offered one procedure a year for free, but I don't think it covers the hospitalization just the actual surgery fees. I could be wrong though.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 8 years
I'd be in. A niptuck AND three years employment! :D
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
Horrifying. I do not feel women should have to have such incentive for the job. Also, I am against most plastic surgery, so to me, it is disgusting to use a persons already misjudged sense of self/insecurities and offer them the surgery with the 3yr contract. Breast implants are bad enough however do not even get me started on my distaste for lipo and tummy tucks. I'm not someone that is void of body insecurities and dislikes; I could rattle of a list. However I know that surgery is not going to be the answer. I do understand SOME cases for surgery however most of the time, I find it uncalled for. Just my opinion.
Smacks83 Smacks83 8 years
I would probably go for it (assuming they would take care of me in case of any infections or whatnot resulting). I don't know which one though, most likely the boob job (if not, maybe ask to hold off on the tummy tuck until after I have kids).
KimBurnett KimBurnett 8 years
Be careful out there! It's all love, peace, Spacekatgal.
KimBurnett KimBurnett 8 years
Seeing Christina Hendricks in InStyle magazine gives me pause but I buy the mag. Do you understand now? I'm not changing myself b/c she's out there or a Salma Hayek either. I'm looking to the Kate Hudson's of the world, as I enjoy my media, including this website to remind me that we are all beautiful.
KimBurnett KimBurnett 8 years
I never said the word victimized, sis, nor do I feel that way. I said I struggle with images at times. Like I think most of us do. And I'm fit, not fat, not that it matters. The point is natural is best w/breasts. Tummy tucks as needed, I suppose...but I'd try to avoid all plastic surgery.
Ac2366 Ac2366 8 years
I would so take a free boob job and rest easy knowing I'll be employed for the next 3 years. I'm sure if there were post surgical complications they would be attended to. You are bound by contract to work there for 3 years and they should have an interest in making sure you're healthy.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 8 years
Where do I sign up? Because my boobs are disproportionately small and that sounds awesome.
Symphonee Symphonee 8 years
They are offering tummy tucks...I'd take it. I am all for taking away with plastic surgery. I still have some baby pudge that needs to go and I am admittedly lazy, so bring it on.
KimBurnett KimBurnett 8 years
I'm glad you are happy, Spacekatgal, and I did not mean any dispargement on your choice. I just want us all to see that AA is very lovely also.
KimBurnett KimBurnett 8 years
This is horrifying; being objectifyed on the job. How is that good? Spacekatgal, I am 40 yrs old., have a 12 yr. old child, and am a small B cup. My breast are not quite as full and perky as they were. I do struggle with this because of images out there and media. But, ultimately, even if I had the money, I would not increase my breast size with implants. Not for my self-esteem, or my daughter's. p.s. My sex life with my husband has improved in the 14 years we've been married.
brittanyk brittanyk 8 years
I second that, Pistil :P This is kind of hilarious to me - I'm not sure I would go for it, but I'm sure it definitely attracted more people to apply.
Pistil Pistil 8 years
Can I just get that in cash?
Beauty Beauty 8 years
Yeah, but is the clinic going to pay for any health complications? Or having implants replaced in 10 years? Plus, you're locked into your job for three years... not such a good deal to me. (Then again, I'm not interested in plastic surgery, so maybe I'm not the right kind of candidate.)
Chouette4u Chouette4u 8 years
I see this as no different than getting free stuff or discounts on the products or services that your company makes.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
thats awesome.
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