Friday, June 16, 2017

Academic Composition is Always Hiring

If you're looking for a summer gig and want to be able to work from home, consider our good pal, Alex at Academic Composition. He's always hiring and I cannot emphasize enough how this type of job, though sucky, is ideal for any student who can't find a gig and needs a little side income, especially if you have the gift to write Marxist BS to satiate inferior professors' minds.  Anyway, read below and see if working for Academic Composition isn't for you.

Thank you all who replied to our advertisement last time, you've helped us a great deal and we are well on our way to forming a new marketing team for the summer.

The summer semester is short, but intense, so the students who are enrolled in classes are more likely to need help on a regular basis. That is precisely why now is the ideal time for you to join our team.

The plan is simple: we will provide you with ads to post and you will earn five dollars for each lead you will have generated. Additionally, there will be a base pay. To be sure all of you will generate multiple leads each week, especially in light of the fact that the summer semester peaks in July, which is just two weeks away.

To get started, all you need to do is contact us at, and then follow these simple instructions.

  1. Set up a new gmail account with your initials in it
  2. Edit the forwarding features to ensure that all incoming emails are re-directed to
  3. Use that new gmail account to set up a craigslist account
Next, we will send you the ads to post and at the end of each week, we'll compensate you through PayPal. 

Looking forward to working with you,

Aleksey Bashtavenko
Academic Composition
Owner & Principal Writer
(540) 300-1253

1 comment:

Joseph P. Martino said...

Interesting. Back when I was getting my PhD in mathematics (1962), I encountered a man who ghost-wrote dissertations. I wasn't interested in his services, but I was intrigued by the idea. He "specialized" in dissertations in the social sciences. I have no idea how many social sciences PhDs there were out there, courtesy of his work. Enough that he could make a living at it, anyway. My point is that the idea of ghost-written dissertations is not new. However, it seems to be better organized now than it was fifty years ago. I don't know whether to cheer the entrepreneurs, or be disgusted by their clients.