You could get paid to travel this summer with WOW air

Looking to spend your summer seeing the sights and getting paid to do it? Then the following is for you!

WOW air, Iceland’s ultra-low-cost airline, is creating its first-ever WOW Travel Guide, and is now accepting applications for two lively content creators who want to be paid to travel the world!

Are you fun and creative, with an eye for good content, and have a streak of wanderlust on a budget? And, do you have a friend? If you answered yes to these two questions, WOW air wants to hire you for a three-month paid summer job to create the airline’s first-ever travel guide.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Successful candidates will (be paid to) relocate to WOW air basecamp—an apartment in Downtown Reykjavik—to experience and document Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, midnight sun, black sand beaches, and some of its other most beautiful sites (hint: that’s all of them). After that, they will (still be paid to) travel to some of WOW air’s hottest destinations across North America and Europe to document their travels with vlogs, photos and write up tips for each city, rating it on its food, nightlife, activities, hospitality and, especially, budget friendliness.

 

DURATION:

Three months:  June 1 to August 15.

Just think, it can literally be your job to travel to cities like Barcelona, Berlin, Stockholm, New York City, Paris, Dublin, San Francisco, and 30 more!

TO APPLY:

Candidates can apply by submitting a vlog featuring a fun travel tip from their hometown, and a little information about themselves on WOW air’s website: http://travelguide.wowair.com.

The deadline for submitting applications is May 14, and the successful candidates will be announced on May 18. Rules and regulations can be found on the WOW Air website.

 

Good luck, and hopefully, happy travels!

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