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The executives of a major finance company have found an ingenious way to beat today’s fierce competition for talent, Page Six has learned: get celebrities to hire instead of them.

We’re told Liquidity Group, a billion-dollar fund, has splashed the cash on celebrity messaging site Cameo, securing a host of stars to encourage the company’s favorite candidates to take a job there. use.

In a video“Newman” from “Seinfeld,” Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, “Vito” from “The Sopranos” and “Tiger King’s” Carole Baskin all — addressing the potential hire by their first names and calling them out, for example, the “top due diligence analyst” in their hometown – implore them to join the firm.

Another one custom clip features Kevin from “The Office”, Stewy from “Succession” and Kermit the Frog.

Apparently, the links appear as a surprise in the prodigies’ inbox.

Given that Baskin’s Cameo posts start at $250, Brian Baumgartner (aka “Kevin”) at $195, Wayne Knight (aka “Newman”) at $330, and Google founder Wozniak at $600, that’s a lot. more expensive than a letter of offer from the Human Resources Departments.

Wayne Knight appears as "new man" on "Seinfield."
Knight played Jerry Seinfeld’s famous nemesis in “Seinfeld.”
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But an industry insider tells us it’s a tough market right now for quality hires, fueled in part by the work-from-home culture that allows companies to seek talent further afield and that allows all kinds of packages.

“People are looking for more than just a good salary,” they said, “They’re also looking for who will let them work from home indefinitely and a range of other new benefits.”

Carole Baskin wears a tiger print dress during her ABC appearance "Dancing with the stars."
Baskin became a surprise star after the release of Netflix’s hit documentary, “Tiger King.”
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It looks like Liquidity is hoping the celebrity program will give them a competitive edge.