There is this job ad that I'm interested in:
and it says
1 WFH day/wk for parents & carers g'teed. This is sort of a deal breaker. I know that I'll be unhappy at a job where someone gets 1 day wfh every week and I don't based on something outside of my reach. I'd also want to not drive to work and have lunch at home one day/week.
Is there any chance to convince them in a job interview, with arguments, that they should extend the policy to all employees (something along this answer How to address an "improved work/life balance" policy that penalizes those who don't have children?), or I should just not apply because this sort of policy would likely not change?