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Sat at a Desk? You Could be Living Your Best Life with Bumble

All expenses paid.

Does travelling the world sound like the ideal job for you? How about making friends with dozens if not hundreds of cool professional people? Boy, do we have the job for you.

Bumble, the women first social network with over 60 million users around the world, is looking for a Global Connector Bee to go on dates, make friends and create professional connections with other Bumble users around the world, the company announced this week.

One individual (yes, Canadians can apply) will have the opportunity to learn the intricacies of dating, networking and building friendships all across the world for up to a year. And yes, all expenses are covered. The requirements for the position include editorial content creation and social media.
When the New York Times had a similar position open up for their 52 Places to Visit travel campaign in 2017, the company had over 9000 interested candidates apply.
“As our company and community of users continues to grow, it’s so important for us to advance our on-the-ground research about the global dating culture so we can optimize our product offerings for new communities and future generations,” Chelsea Maclin, Vice President of Marketing at Bumble, said in a statement.
Applicants can apply for the position now until June 15 through the Bumble app.