Get paid $10,000 a month to live in luxury
This could be you.
Third Home is a luxury property rental service, working kind of like Airbnb for mansions and joining the ranks of other companies built on the Airbnb room share model. In a recent Facebook post, it announced a "best job in the world" that might actually live up to the hype, offering one lucky person about $10,000 a month to stay in up to 12 of the best listings around.
The job requirements naturally call for someone over the age of 18, presumably so they can sample all the luxuries available without a chaperone and at least pretend to be a wine expert, and specifically asks for a "luxury connoisseur" who "understands the hospitality industry."
Job applications take the form of a one minute video, detailing why you're the best candidate for this job, and at this level of luxury it's probably safe to say that slipping a few bills to the decision panel isn't going to improve your odds any.
If you really want the job, the best chance is probably to make sure you can prove that Third Home's money will be well spent on you. You might try:
- Showing that you know how to take a mean selfie in luxurious surroundings.
- Practicing your bubbly fun-loving laugh on camera.
- Show off your 360 degree camera in the application. Imagine setting up one of these babies in the middle of a mansion.
Applications close on 30 March 2017 and with a bit of luck you might find yourself in the shortlist, but only one lucky person will finally land the job. They can bring a friend with them however, as long as that friend pays their own way, but strictly no pets are allowed. Interested? You can apply for the job through Third Home's Facebook here.
As long as there are still plenty of hotel deals for the rest of us, it might be nice to live vicariously through the lucky winner.
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