Get Paid Almost $100k to Review Travel Destinations and Luxury Items

May 5, 2019

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You might not have heard of HushHush — mostly because it’s a pretty secretive website that calls itself the “Amazon for Millionaires” — but the company’s new Luxury Product Tester position is one to remember.

HushHush is essentially the one-stop shop for everything from private jets to diamond-encrusted watches — which is why the company is now looking to hire someone to review the oftentimes multimillion dollar listings before the products go live on the site. The best part? This is a paid position in which the hire will rake in £75,000 per year (almost $99,000 USD) to travel the world and live like one of the richest people on the planet.

Some of the most expensive items that HushHush has listed currently include a £62 million French château, a £55 million jewel-encrusted watch, a £47 million superyacht and an £18 million Legacy jet. Those are exactly the types of items that the hire will be testing — aircraft, cars, art, fashion, jewelry, furniture and more.

Travel is listed as a main component of the position, as the job listing states that, “the successful candidate will also be expected to travel extensively for the role, as they will be required to review private islands and properties for sale around the world.”

HushHush asks that applicants “have a keen eye for detail and an appreciation of the ‘finer things in life.‘” Essentially, HushHush is looking for everything that you hope your Instagram profile says about you.

In addition, since the person who is awarded the position will be communicating directly with suppliers, the company is asking for a few more basics: “discrete, sociable and eloquent.”

If you think you’re the best candidate for the position, you can apply here.

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