A BOSS gives a new hire the opportunity to travel around the world for £17,000 in expenses.
Sondre Rasch, CEO and co-founder of SafetyWing, has laid claim to the title of World’s Greatest Chef after offering the huge opportunity to
In this job, a lucky newcomer will travel around the world for three months, passing through 10 destinations of their choice.
While viewing incredible sights, the associate will review the best co-working spaces and how they work.
But aside from checking out the inner workings of the offices in the different environments, travelers can enjoy their own tailor-made itinerary as they adventure through 10 countries of their choice.
Travel and medical insurance is provided, along with a generous £16,800 to cover travel expenses.
There is just one small catch – you must be quick as applications will be closed today.
But it seems like a no-brainer, with research from SafetyWing finding that 30 per cent of office workers in the UK say the cost of living crisis has prompted them to consider teleworking.
The same study found that digital nomads are five times more likely than office workers to earn between £75,000 and £100,000 – perfect to spend while traveling in tourist hotspots.
SafetyWing, which provides travel and health insurance for digital nomads and teleworkers, found that digital workers ranked safety, cost of living, and remote work environments as their top three considerations when looking for dream remote work destinations.
To find the best coworking spots around the world, the company’s new Nomadic Content Explorer tests and ranks the different places to help fellow adventurers.
The successful candidate will write a blog, create a vlog, create an Instagram reel and share photos that will be posted on SafetyWing’s social channels – making it a perfect gig for aspiring travel influencers.
Rental is covered by SafetyWing’s Nomad Insurance, the first travel and health insurance specifically tailored to the needs of nomads, with coverage in over 185 countries.
The company will also offer content creation compensation in addition to the travel budget.
SafetyWing founder Sondre said the world is just beginning to see the remote work revolution begin.
He said: “At SafetyWing, we are working to create a global social safety net, but we also want to empower remote and nomad workers with everything they need to know to make the most of remote working opportunities.
“Our Nomadic Content Explorer will help us provide our customers with up-to-the-minute information on where the best quality co-working spaces are in the world.
“When planning your next nomadic adventure, you can rest assured that your destination has the right infrastructure to enable you to do your best.”
Applications are open until Friday July 29th on the SafetyWing website and the final decision will be made by August 26th.
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