You'll have to walk 10,000 steps a day working for this company

By Angeli Kakade, Buzz60

Once you've finally landed that dream job it becomes time to pat yourself on the back and roll up your sleeves. That usually means long hours at a desk and sitting through many, many meetings.

But what if your company wanted you to stand and even walk during those meetings?

Mashable reports an un-named tech company in China requires their employees to clock 10,000 steps a day.

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Alaska

2016 minimum wage: $9.75
2017 minimum wage: $9.80

Arizona

2016 minimum wage: $8.05
2017 minimum wage: $10
Arkansas

2016 minimum wage:
$8
2017 minimum wage: $8.50

California

2016 minimum wage: $10
2017 minimum wage: $10.50

Colorado

2016 minimum wage: $8.31
2017 minimum wage: $9.30

Connecticut

2016 minimum wage: $9.60
2017 minimum wage: $10.10

Florida

2016 minimum wage: $8.05
2017 minimum wage: $8.10

Hawaii

2016 minimum wage: $8.50
2017 minimum wage: $9.25

Maine

2016 minimum wage: $7.50
2017 minimum wage: $9

Maryland

2016 minimum wage: $8.75
2017 minimum wage: $9.25

Massachusetts

2016 minimum wage: $10
2017 minimum wage: $11

Michigan

2016 minimum wage: $8.50
2017 minimum wage: $8.90

Missouri

2016 minimum wage: $7.65
2017 minimum wage: $7.70

Montana

2016 minimum wage: $8.05
2017 minimum wage: $8.15

New Jersey

2016 minimum wage: $8.38
2017 minimum wage: $8.44

New York

2016 minimum wage: $9
2017 minimum wage: $9.70

Ohio

2016 minimum wage: $8.10
2017 minimum wage: $8.15

Oregon

2016 minimum wage: $9.75
2017 minimum wage: $10.25

South Dakota

2016 minimum wage: $8.55
2017 minimum wage: $8.65

Vermont

2016 minimum wage: $9.60
2017 minimum wage: $10

Washington

2016 minimum wage: $9.47
2017 minimum wage: $11

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Employees are to download the WeChat messaging app which syncs your steps so that there's no cheating.

A recent new hire of the company told the Chongqing Evening News, "I think I can do my job, why should I need to walk?"

But being the new guy comes with enough stress, so this new employee ditched his car and walked the 20 minutes to the train station.

There is a method to the madness as the nameless company suggested its employees, though young, show sub health status.

What happens if you don't clock in the required steps? Then you'll find yourself doing 50-100 push-ups in the town hall.

Well, there's no town hall, but the image of someone doing push-ups in a conference room with HR on the sidelines has sort of the same vibe.

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