Finding a job on The Young and the Restless is a snap — as long as you know, or, even better, are related to the right people. Victoria Newman, Nicholas Newman, and Kyle Abbott all got their corporate jobs from their daddies.
The Young and the Restless Polling
Devon Hamilton’s (Bryton James) father built a company just for him. And Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) got handed one to run because…um…she’s sleeping with the son of the woman who inherited it from the woman whose husband she had an affair with.
Now, Lily wants to take the company she doesn’t own and merge it with the one her brother and father founded. And they wanted their cousin, Dr. Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic) to drop the unfulfilling practicing medicine thing and go into really important work — making money. They want Nate to be their new COO. Should he take the job? What almost 4,000 voters had to say:
Y&R: Medical Mind
Stick to the healing arts, 40% of the audience encourages the good doctor. You are really needed there. Plus, oh, yeah, you know what you’re doing. You don’t have a clue what goes on in the boardroom!
The Young and the Restless: Side Gig
If Nate wants to work with his cousins, go for it, 32% of you shrug. But maybe stick to an area you know a little something about. Do a medical podcast. Offer health advice. Heck, open a chain of free clinics with Chancellor money and supervise those. But babysitting entitled executives doesn’t sound like the best use of your talents.
Y&R: Go With the Flow
If you can’t beat them, join them, 28% of viewers are happy to take the path of least resistance. Everyone in Genoa City has exploited nepotism to further their careers, why shouldn’t you. It’ll prove the Hamilton-Winters clan is exactly like the Abbotts and the Newmans. If you think that’s a good thing.
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