Remember when Forbes said Kylie Jenner was on track to becoming the world's youngest "self-made" billionaire, which was definitely maybe not true? Remember afterward when out-of-touch fans started a GoFundMe to help her reach that status? Well, joke's on them, because while they're rummaging for pennies trying to help their girl out, she's using them as her personal servants.

That's right. Someone discovered a job posting for an internship with the infamous Jenner Communications, and turns out, they want you to run mundane errands and pick up dog shit for "college credit."

If Kylie alone is worth a billion dollars, the Kardashian-Jenner dynasty is simply immeasurable.

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So, when a job seeker found this posting for an intern/runner for Jenner Communications and saw that the gig was unpaid, it did more than just raise eyebrows.

To work for the Jenner empire, one must abandon all hope for a paycheck and sign away their life on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to be the family's personal slave.

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To be specific, the role would include "running errands, organizing, donation tally, helping with kids' playroom, motorized cars, etc." Oh, and "grocery shopping" and "helping with the dog." All incredibly educational tasks.

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So, if you're in college in the Los Angeles area, you can schedule all your classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays and spend the other three days a week ensuring the KarJenners don't ever have to take on any real responsibility.

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To make matters worse, people dug up some older listings as well. And, you guessed it, they're also unpaid! For this highly educational internship, you get to wrap presents and organize their houses!

Needless to say, people are seething over the thought of the KarJenners exploiting young people for unpaid labor.

You have to laugh, because otherwise you'll just cry at how unconscionable the situation is.

Oh, and aside from being infuriating, the Kardashian/Jenner internship program may also be illegal. So, there's that.

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As Redditor twistedlimb pointed out, the Department of Labor requires internships to be at least somewhat educational and in line with the academic curriculum. Running errands doesn't quite fit into this category.

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Unsurprisingly, two former "interns" said the position was absolutely terrible on the job review site Glassdoor.

But it doesn't matter. Someone will reply to the newest job listing because they worship the Kardashians, and the cycle will never end. This is the world we live in.

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No one in the family has responded to the backlash, and TBH, probably never will.

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Working for a Kardashian/Jenner may seem glamorous, but remember: They don't value you. Getting paid for your work and actually learning something seems like a better idea.

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