If you're someone who loves travelling, can't stay in one place for too long, and has a passport filled with more stamps than blank places, The New York Times may have a job for you.
The New York Times famously puts out a feature called '52 Places To Go' where they list natural and manmade wonders worthy of discovering by their millions of fans. If you're willing to pack up, say goodbye to whatever place you're currently calling home, there's a job for you waiting around the world. The New York Times is hiring a journalist to travel and write about the beautiful places on their list, for the first time ever:
"We are seeking a correspondent who will go to every destination on our list and tell us the story of each place and the story of life on the road. The ideal candidate is a permanent student of life and astute documentarian of the world. This person should have a well-worn passport, the ability to parachute into a place and distill its essence and to render a compelling tale with words and images."
This is no joke people. You could finally get paid to take the vacation of your dreams. For more info and to apply for the job, click here.