Betting on the right candidate
By maddy
The St. John's, Antigua based BetWWTS.com has unveiled the odds on which candidate will be selected to work for New York's largest real estate developer, Donald Trump.

The internet bookmaker has started taking bets on who will survive Donald Trump's 13-Week job interview, reality-show in NBC. What could be the ultimate opportunity for young entrepreneurs, NBC's 'The Apprentice' gives business aspirants the chance to win a guaranteed six-figure job working for Mr.Trump.

While more, than 215,000 ambitious applicants have been trimmed down to 13 remaining candidates vying for the career opportunity of a lifetime, online bettors are more eager for the money, than for the salary involved.

BetWWTS.com has listed individual odds for the 13 remaining contestants and currently lists Katrina Campins as the top candidate for the job at Trump Organization with 3/1 odds (ie, win $3 for every $1 bet).

Xerox salesman Nick Warnock, native New Yorker Ereka Vetrini and others are following on the second and third places in a short-list of 13 aspirants.

'We've opened up betting with Katrina as the early favorite because of her expertise in real estate and keen

business sense. Of course a number of competitors could easily capture Mr.Trump's attention,' says Simon Noble, CEO of BetWWTS.com

While, all current odds are subject to change, bettors are keeping their fingers crossed to win in the wager, while the 13-job aspirants are betting to secure the job and the salary.

 
 
 
 
 
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