We've heard all the talk lately about places that are having a hard time finding employees to fill open positions. There's a number of stories about industries battling shortages because people don't want to work when they've been able to make more money on unemployment with the extra COVID payments than they would with certain jobs. Maybe if there were more "jobs" like this we would have people lining up to get back in the workforce.

Ok, so it's not really a job as much as a one time payment.....but it still looks like it would be a pretty cool way to make a few bucks. And when it comes to qualifications -  you really only need to be able to know how to take a picture on your phone. Sound easy enough?

As you can see from their Twitter post, WhistleOut (a company that helps people compare telecommunications products, like cell phone and internet plans) is going to pay one person to explore their state and share pictures of the most scenic spots. Um.....hello.....this feels like it has Montana written all over it!

The lucky person that will fill the roll of CAO (Chief Adventure Officer) will get:

  • Reimbursed up to $500 for travel expenses
  • A new smartphone, up to $1,000 to use as your picture-taking device
  • $1,000 cash

Does it get any better than that? You get to spend a little time outside in the Montana fresh air, you simply take some pictures on your new phone that you didn't pay a dime for, and you put $1,000 in your pocket for all of your "hard work."

The only requirements are that you're over 18 and eligible to work in the U.S.

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If you're interested - check out the details and submit your application HERE before 5:00 PST on May 21, 2021.

And the only other thing you would have to do if you win is come on the radio and tell us all about how awesome it was to be the lucky one selected.

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