Need a Job? Looking for a Soulmate? Bumble Can Make Both Happen
Bet you never thought you’d find the perfect job that would pay you to travel AND date. But guess what, Bumble might have you covered.
The dating app with the premise that women make the first move, has recently announced its own first move. Bumble executives are looking to fill a very important position — Global Connector Bee. Okay, sure the title can probably use some work. But who cares what they call you when you’re getting paid to jet set from country to country and make friends.
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According to Bumble, your mission, should you end up one of the lucky applicants to get hired, will be to travel the world for a year with your phone in your hand, which you’re probably already doing anyway without going anywhere. While traveling the globe, you’ll need to use Bumble Date, Bumble BFF, and Bumble Bizz to meet people, and share your stories with the rest of us who are stuck dating the people within a 30-mile radius.
The company explains the details further. “The all-expenses paid opportunity will have one individual tackle the nuances of dating, friend finding and networking across the world for up to a year and share their anecdotal and researched experiences through blog/vlog posts, social media, and other creative outlets,” the company said.
“The position will also require research, exploration, product feedback and the creation of editorial content for Bumble.”
New and existing Bumble users age 18 and older can apply through the app until June 14, by matching with the “Travel the World as Bumble’s Global Connector Bee” card.
Other requirements include wanting to travel around the world to places like Australia, Canada, the U.K., and the U.S. (who doesn’t) as well as having an understanding of social media and connecting with people through the app.
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“We are a global company on a mission to connect great people in a kind and empowering way,” Chelsea Maclin, Vice President of Marketing at Bumble, said in a statement to Travel & Leisure. “As our company and community of users continue 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.”
All you have left to do is make sure your passport is valid and get to swiping. The Global Connector Bee position could be your ticket to true love, great new friendships, and a year of travel, courtesy of Bumble.
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