Dumbemployed: Hilariously Dumb and Sadly True Stories about Jobs Like Yours

Dumbemployed: Hilariously Dumb and Sadly True Stories about Jobs Like Yours

by Phil Edwards, Matt Kraft

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Overview

If you've ever wanted to crawl under your desk at work and hide, or tell that pesky coworker what you really think of them, you are probably dumbemployed! Dumbemployed includes approximately 800 of the best, funniest, and dumbest stories contributed by readers from dumbemployed.com, with ninety percent brand-new material! In 300 characters or less, each entry details the stupid, bizarre, and ridiculous things that happen in the workplace. Entries are divided into five chapters and are complemented throughout with Dumbemployed Tips, humorous charts and graphs, and room to write your very own Dumbemployed entries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780762443239
Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date: 06/28/2011
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Matt Kraft and Phil Edwards are the founders of Lonely CEO Media, a social media development and consulting company for which they've made Facebook applications for various Random House book launches and have done consulting for Advanta Bank, Tablet Hotels, and Match.com. Through their company they also work with Google's Adwords products, Facebook ads, and Yahoo's Search Marketing products. They live in Chicago.

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Dumbemployed: Hilariously Dumb and Sadly True Stories about Jobs Like Yours 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MarkL98 More than 1 year ago
Dumbemployed is hilarious! A quick read through Dumbemployed is the easiest way to wind down after another ridiculous day at the office. I've been a fan of the website for a while but the book is much better and has tons of bonus sections ("Work in the Future" anyone?) you can't find online.