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This Ontario Company Is Hiring Full-Time 'Candyologists' To Taste-Test Sweets At Home

You can get paid $30 an hour to literally eat chocolate in bed!

This may actually be the world's most perfect job, and it's hiring in Ontario right now. 

A Mississauga-based company called Candy Funhouse is hiring both part-time and full-time "candyologists" to taste test candy and chocolate from home.

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Do you love CANDY and CHOCOLATE? If so, this might be the perfect position for you! Candy Funhouse 

"Candidates should have enthusiasm and eagerness to try confectionery products. We are looking for honest and objective opinions on the products that will be taste-tested," says the company.

The successful candidates will be responsible for tasting and reviewing 3,000 products, including unreleased treats. 

Even more exciting, "the candidates will also play an integral role in selecting the candies that will be a part of the first-ever Candy Funhouse branded candy line," says the company.

The best part is that the job is entirely remote, so you can get paid $30 an hour to eat chocolate in bed and live the absolute dream.

The deadline for applications is February 15, 2021.


Salary: $30 an hour

Company: Candy Funhouse

Why You Should Apply: Getting paid to eat candy at home. Need we say more?

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