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Online groups for ‘no-jab’ employment for those who oppose mandatory vaccination

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Thousands of Aussie anti-vaxxers have gathered online to oppose mandatory vaccines for employment, posting jobs “with or without a jab”. Social media websites have begun to see an influx of groups dedicated to fighting mandatory vaccines for work as Australia prepares for life beyond lockdown upon meeting the government’s 80 percent target.

Those who remain skeptical of the vaccine, or reject the push for employers to be given the power to dismiss them over health issues, have been encouraged to share information about their particular industry’s stance on mandatory jabs for staff.

The group, “Jobs Without Jabs Australia”, has attracted over 20,000 members, with employers regularly posting their intention to hire workers “with or without a jab”.

“Freedom of choice without medical coercion. A free Australia for all, not a two-tiered society. This is a job noticeboard to connect employers and employees,” the group’s description reads.

The public group features a number of posts from young workers in food chains worried about losing their financial stability, insisting they are “definitely not going to get the vaccination”.

“We’ve just received a video from the founder of our company saying that everyone that visits our restaurant will have to have the jab, which means all co-workers will also have to have it by early October. I can’t afford to lose my job as I’m under a lot of financial pressure right now, but I know I’m definitely not going to get the vaccination. Thank you,” one post read.

“In 3 months, I will be looking for marketing, sales, IT, finance, bookkeeping, admin, customer service, hospitality, events & various construction team members! No jab welcomed with open arms. (Melbourne Based),” another post read, collecting 260 reactions and 28 comments.

Several other posts encouraged anti-vaxxers to consider leaving their industry due to vaccine mandates to “work for themselves”. “Get an ABN, do dump runs, start a delivery service, buy /sell second-hand furniture, clean, busk, make products, sell online. Do whatever you have to to make it work,” one read.

The group has already braced for its potential removal, setting up an alternative Telegram group. “If you’re on Telegram, join the group there also in case this gets taken down,” the group’s administrator posted.

“This is a job board for employers who are in favor of informed consent concerning medical procedures, as per our constitution, and for employees who have elected not to be vaccinated, to be able to find employment.”

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