Dallas Tech Company Arthur Grand Technologies Shares List of Jobs Seeking White Candidates Only

Everyone makes mistakes at work. But there are some missteps you just can’t get back from, as tech company Arthur Grand Technologies is currently learning the hard way.

The company is at the center of an uproar on social media and on LinkedIn after posting an openly discriminatory job ad – and as often happens in these situations, their attempts to explain themselves have only gotten worse things.

Tech company Arthur Grand Technologies has posted a racist job posting seeking only white US-born applicants.

No, that’s not hyperbole, and yes, that’s that bad.

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The position was for a high-paying business analyst position in Dallas, Texas, working on Salesforce and insurance claims for Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway company. It included the usual job description and compensation information, as well as some overtly discriminatory – not to mention illegal – requirements for applicants.

The racist job posting quickly went viral on Reddit and LinkedIn due to its openly racist hiring requirements.

The job was posted on Indeed with an internal memo about the race of applicants which obviously needed to be removed before posting. Unfortunately for everyone involved, the note made it to the live version of the job posting. The ad read “Note: Only U.S. citizens born [White] who are local within 60 miles of Dallas, TX [Don’t share with candidates].”

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The racist job posting quickly went viral on the internet as people expressed their shock and outrage at the company’s apparent racial requirements for its applicants.

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