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Company will pay you $1,000 to host virtual brunches

Virtual happy hours and brunches are becoming more commonplace as social distancing continues. Now, a search engine company wants to pay someone to brunch with friends online.

WhistleOut is “a search engine designed to take the effort out of finding the services you need to connect with the world,” its website states.

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To help with that goal, the company needs someone to test video chat platforms by hosting three online brunches with your friends. 

“We’re looking for someone who is comfortable and committed to hosting three brunches, using a different virtual chat app during each one, and answering a few simple questions about it after,” the entry page states.

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Applicants must be at least 18 years old and eligible to work in the U.S. 

In addition to the $1,000, the winner will receive a $300 Grubhub gift card for food — spending it all on yourself or buy your friends’ food, too.

To apply, fill out the application form with approximately 200 words about why you and your friends would be good brunch-viewing choices. The registration form can be found at www.whistleout.com/Internet/Guides/dream-job-brunch.

WhistleOut recommends you mention any social media platforms you have an active presence on.

The application closes at 11:59 pm PST on May 15. 

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