Even If You’re Not Hiring an Owl Trainer, There’s Still Lots to Learn from This Job Ad

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Duolingo, the addictive and wildly popular (500 million users) learning app, can probably teach you how to say “tongue in cheek” in several dozen languages. 

But to truly understand the meaning of “tongue in cheek,” you can’t do much better than studying the job listing Duolingo recently posted for an Owl Trainer. The raptor in question, of course, is Duo, the company’s animated green mascot.

It’s not just an unusual job, it’s an unusual job post. 

Consider some of the job requirements for the Duolingo owl trainer: 

“Manage his daily schedule, including coordinating luxury swimwear fittings, Nobu meals, and transcendental

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