Now You Can Get Paid $4,500 Per Month To Move To Iceland And Travel All Summer

Do you want to travel this summer while still doing a bank? Does that even exist? Well, if the perfect summer job ever existed, it's probably this one. According to Business Insider the low cost airline based in Iceland WOW Air is recruiting travel guides for this coming summer and the job description sounds pretty fantastic.

As a guide, you will visit some of the 38 European and North American destinations of WOW. You would be exploring the food, the culture, the nightlife and the natural beauty that each place offers. All you have to do is digitally document the adventure. Blogs, vlogs, GIFs and social networks would be used to create a digital guide for travelers. The guide would include tips on local secrets, hidden gems, and budget and travel tricks.

Successful candidates will live in a fully furnished paid apartment in downtown Reykjavik. Expenses will be covered for transportation and excursions throughout Iceland. And, you will receive a payment while you do it: around $ 4,500 a month to be exact.

What is the trick? There does not seem to be one, it just gets better. Not only would you travel and explore new cities throughout the summer, you would also be bringing your best friend. That's right, you and your partner in crime earn $ 4,500 each, live in Reykjavik and document your trip along the way.

Travel guides could even choose where to go during the summer, said a representative of WOW Business Insider . Some of the destinations to choose from include Paris, Dublin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Los Angeles and New York.

The "work" begins on June 1 and goes until August 15. To apply, you and your best friend will submit an application along with a brief video travel guide in your hometown. By the sounds of this dreamed work, the competition will be fierce.

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