Iceland is one of the destinations millennial by excellence. The country is in fashion for the overwhelming beauty of its landscapes (which look great on Instagram), the particular lifestyle of its inhabitants and, of course, by the possibility of seeing some northern lights in their skies. The Wow airline has made it a bit easier for us, with flights low cost to Reykjavik from several European airports (Barcelona, Alicante, Gran Canaria and Tenerife included). And, as if that were not enough, the company has now launched a job offer that closely resembles a dream come true.
Wow Airlines is looking for a couple of friends willing to travel the world, taking Reykjavik as a base, writing and recording videos about their travel experiences. It doesn't sound too hard, right? The advantages do not end there: not even the two friends have to create content; one of them can do it and the other only acts as a companion. The places to which the chosen ones will travel will be Barcelona, Los Angeles, Stockholm, New York and some other destinations in Europe and the United States, in addition to internal trips through Iceland.
But it is not only this that makes this option the perfect summer job. In addition, during the time of the collaboration with Wow (from June 1 to August 15), those selected will live in an apartment in the center of Reykjavik and they will each receive a salary of 3,300 euros. They will only have to pay their support for as long as they are in the Icelandic capital; During Wow travel, he will take care of the diets.
Who should be killed what must be done to get this dream job? Those interested should fill out an application on the Wow website and send a small clip in less than two minutes making a tour guide of your own city to demonstrate your skills in front of the camera and your ability to describe tourist destinations. The deadline for sending applications closes on May 14, and on 18 the resolution will be made public.
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