007: Licensed to Mac

 UK intelligence service, MI6 (home of James Bond) is searching for a Mac using forger to join the Queen’s Secret Service. The intelligence service needs someone with QuarkXPress and Adobe CS skills to create forged documents, currency and other publications for its secret agents.

The winning recruit will be given full spy training and an inflation-proof pension.

MI6 is hosting a recruitment ad on its website, promising a fascinating work environment at the organisation’s London headquarters.

“We’re sure you’ll understand that as an organisation that collects secret intelligence, we can’t tell you a great deal about what you’ll be doing,” the ad states. “You’ll also benefit from very high-quality training in your specialist skills.”

The winning recruit will work within the Design and Print team of the organisation. And will be licensed to Mac, on the Queen’s business.

 

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