Quit your job immediately, this company want to pay for your holiday and Instagram snaps

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Do you want to travel the world, and get paid for doing so?

Yes, of course.

What's the catch?

You have to take three Instagram pictures a day and go on three different shore excursions on each of the three cruises you take.

For many people, that wouldn't be a problem on a holiday whatsoever. #HumbleBrag

Royal Caribbean are looking for someone to fill their 'Intern-Ship' position.

The advert asks for candidate who are:

  • Skilled in Instagram with extensive knowledge of all 23 filters
  • Exemplary ability to capture stunning views, extraordinary experiences, beautiful sunsets and amazing stories on social media
  • Available to travel for three consecutive weeks between June –July 2017 to regions including New York, the Caribbean, Asia and the Mediterranean.
  • Inquisitive nature, love storytelling and enjoy sharing experiences
  • Unbeatable sense of adventure and hunger for the extraordinary
  • Own a smartphone
  • Note: Photocopying, administrator and tea-making skills are not required

Royal Caribbean UK managing director Ben Bouldin said:

Our cruise holidays are filled with extraordinary moments and we want to find a talented storyteller who can help us capture the unique experiences that make holidays so special.

If that sounds like you, and you don't fancy a career that challenges you to grow, adapt or better yourself and your skills, then you can apply here until the end of January 2017.

That gives you a month to up your Insta game, like this amazing photographers.


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HT Metro

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