Netflix Will Pay You $4,000 To Travel And Post Photos On Instagram

March 3, 2016

If you love posting photos on Instagram, then there's a good chance you're qualified for an actual job that will pay you thousands of dollars to travel around the world and keep doing what you do best.

Netflix to pay you to travel and take pictures

Netflix and Instagram are teaming up to hire "Grammasters," or proven Instagram wizards, who will be tasked with traveling to Europe and the Middle East to photograph sets of popular Netflix original shows and movies.

The company will pay you $4,000 for the two-week gig and cover all of your travel arrangements -- for taking good Instagram photos.

To apply, all you have to do is:

1.) Follow @Netflix on Instagram.
2.) Tag three of your best photos with #grammasters3 by March 6th.

It's unclear how Netflix will select candidates for the gig, but the job description on their website states, "We’re looking for TV & movie fans with a talent for taking pictures. Choose photos that show off your interests or passions."

Good luck!

(h/t) thrillist

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