7 TV Show Companies You Definitely Don't Want to Work For, I Don't Care How Good Their Benefits Package Is
Westworld spoilers through episode 9.
Plus: Company discount on robot world; on the forefront of technological, psychological creation.
Minus: You might be murdered by a robot/held hostage by a freedom-seeking robot, or, at worst, be a robot. Any precedent at all for that possibility is probably too much.
Wolfram & Hart, Angel
Plus: Lots and lots of money. That senior partner track.
Minus: You’re literally the origin of evil.
S.T.A.R. Labs, The Flash
Plus: Super powers.
Minus: Evil super powers.
Veridian Dynamics, Better Off Ted
Plus: Everyone you work with is super attractive.
Minus: The inability to recognize the existence of people of color, weaponized pumpkins, killer pandas, mandatory love of cats, being a guinea pig on all of your company’s evil. Oh, also your company is REALLY evil.
Hanso Foundation, Lost
Plus: Time travel, island life.
Minus: Death, hatches, not Penny’s boat, not really understanding your own plot lines.
Madrigal, Breaking Bad
Plus: Again, money. Condiments. At least you’re not working at Los Pollos Hermanos or a car wash while your superiors make blue meth money? Probably discounts on meth. (We should definitely count that as a negative.)
Minus: Deposition, arrest, death. Like, definite inevitable death.
US Government, Braindead
Plus: Um, the opportunity to make a difference in the world, I guess.
Minus: Space bugs eat your brain.
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