We’ve all been guilty of spending our time just binge-watching our favorite series and movies on Netflix during weeknights that we ended up cramming a school paper or a presentation for work. But no matter how many times we tell ourselves that we won’t binge-watch again on weeknights, we just can’t seem to stop.
WE NEED HELP.
Now we can stop feeling guilty because online streaming site, Netflix, recently announced that they are on a lookout for an editorial analyst to check out their massive original content. In other words, “professional” binge-watchers.
Before you print your resignation letter and give it to your boss, the position requires you not only to watch their shows but also to “…research, rate, tag, annotate and write analysis for movie and TV content.” Unfortunately though, the post has since been deleted from their site. So there’s now no way of knowing how much you’ll get paid for the job (as if it matters to anyone who loves Netflix!) and how you can actually sign up.
Still, if this this ain’t the dream job, we don’t know what is!
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