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No Vacations, No Salary: Mother's Day Ad Goes Viral

Unlimited work weeks. No vacations. Must have degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts. And you won't get paid.Twenty-four people responded to a job listing with those very details, but it wasn't describing the kind of job with an office and water cooler.The interviews, conducted through an Internet video chat, turned into a Mother's Day advertisement for card company American Greetings, and the video has become wildly popular since appearing online Monday.By Wednesday afternoon, the ad -- titled "World's Toughest Job" -- amassed more than 7.1 million views on Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) YouTube.American Greetings expects to get a bigger response to the ad than they've ever seen for Mother's Day. As part of the campaign, the Cleveland company is asking moms on Twitter (NASDAQ:TWTR) and elsewhere to add to the list of unending job requirements."A mom's impact is endless. And so is her job description," the company's website reads.The ad, created by Boston-based agency Mullen for Americ...

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