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Netflix is offering the best job ever


The late, great Terry Wogan once said, when asked by The Queen how long he had worked at the BBC: "Your Majesty, I've never worked here."

We suspect this new job currently on offer at streaming giant Netflix will elicit similar feelings for whichever lucky soul ends up getting it.

There's currently a vacancy for the job of Netflix Grammaster. The brief? You'll need to travel to European and Middle Eastern locations of some of the biggest shows on Netflix and take some photographs to put up on Instagram. And the pay is 'up to $2,000 a week'.

That's it guys. Not too demanding, we think you'll agree. Although manning the social media account of a big company is not without its perils.

In order to be in with a chance of scooping the job, you have to follow @Netflix on Twitter and tag them, and #Grammaster, in three of your favourite original pictures on Instagram - ideally those artful, breathtaking ones, "that show off your interests or passions", rather than yet another selfie of yourself in pyjamas, we're guessing (although that's when you're most likely to be watching Netflix, we suppose).

Head here for the full details: it seems the post is only employed for a couple of weeks, but hey, if you're good, perhaps they'll keep you on? Just get that foot in the door to paradise...



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