TikTok users aren't happy about it.Musician Jarrah Skye, who performs under the name Mumfighter, filmed himself quickly applying for a significant chunk of his monthly requirement to get his fortnightly benefits payment of $642.70 (£511).Filming his record speed for a light-hearted video he shared to TikTok, gaining more than 3,900 likes, despite the job-seeker service requiring people to spend 15 to 29 hours each week searching for jobs.He completed each Centrelink application for roles in media and marketing within minutes.However, people accused the bloke, who lost his job at the start of the Covid pandemic, of being a bludger but he says he genuinely wants to be employed.But among the critics was a Centrelink employee who wrote: "You’ll be hearing from us."Thankfully some staff enjoy TikTok, especially the auditing team. This is not acceptable."Someone else said: “If only you put that much effort into actually getting a job."Another wrote: "But why wouldn’t you say really try and get a job? How is Centrelink money enough to survive, save and have a reasonably good life?”The Australian claims he has only been invited to attend two interviews since the beginning of his Jobseeker programme and TikToker's decided to give him advice on how to make his application process better.For the latest breaking news and stories from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.One user suggested: "Nah bro.
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