A friend of mine went for a job interview recently, one of the desirable criteria for the position was that you had to be a residential landlord. It was valued by the employer organisation who worked in the property field.
The more we considered this point the more we realised that being a landlord was ultimately governed by how much personal wealth one has.
How do others feel about this? Would you work for an employer who said you can only work for us if you drive a certain value/brand of car or if you have a certain amount of money in your bank account?

Here’s the point…
Should personal wealth underpin job offers?
Juliet LeFevre

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