Looking for a cool job to work this summer? Icelandic-based airline WOW Air is looking to pay two people to travel across Europe and North America and help develop the company's first ever WOW Travel Guide.

"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," reads the job posting.

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"Successful candidates will (be paid to) relocate to WOW air basecamp — an apartment in Downtown Reykjavik—to experience and document Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, midnightsun, 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."

The job will run for three months, starting on June 1 and ending on August 15. Some of the cities you'll be able to visit include Barcelona, Berlin, Stockholm, New York City, Paris, Dublin and San Francisco.

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Applications start on April 23, 2018 and require candidates to create a vlog submission featuring a fun travel tip from their hometown and some details about themselves. Submit your application to http://travelguide.wowair.com by May 14, 2018 to be considered for the job.

Here are the necessary qualifications:

  • Experience in creating compelling and engaging content
  • Knowledge of and interest in travelling the world on a budget
  • Ability to have a great time no matter where you go
  • Willingness to share your best travel tips with the world
  • 18 years of age, able to create English content, keen sense of adventure
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