Listen Now: Dating On The Fly: Bumble Launches International Dating Job
Single and ready to mingle, grab your passport.
The dating app Bumble has what could be the best offer for anyone out there looking for a partner. The company is looking for someone to travel the world and go on dates.
It’s called a Global Connector Bee position and is a year long obligation. The app says it’s looking for someone adventurous and creative. They have to be willing to travel the world, find friends and network with people. Sharing your experiences on social media, blogs and other creative outlets is also a requirement.
Other responsibilities include writing and editing, being able to research and access to travel to countries that include India, Germany and Australia. Anyone interested in applying for the world wide tour for love needs to be over the age of eighteen and live in the U.S., U.K., Canada or Australia.
Bumble, which launched in 2014 is a dating app that requires women to make the first move when messaging a match. No word on whether that means women will get the upper hand when applying for this new position but give it your best shot.
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