Works as a concert tester

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Vacancies that we envy proposed by a Spanish company.

Concert taster? Without previous experience and knowledge of fun? This is a real job offer in Madrid, the WiZink Center offered a vacancy to be a “Concert Tester”, a special offer from the “Cool Jobs”.

The company InfoJobs has a campaignCool Jobs”, where he proposes simple and fun jobs that, in addition to paying, function as advertising campaigns for companies. These have ranged from cookie tester, playing UNO and now trying out concerts.

In this three-day work, the chosen person must enjoy three concerts, with all the previous development, sound check, meet the bands and collaborate on everything that a show entails. In addition to the experience, 1,000 euros will be paid upon completion.

As tempting as the offer sounds, it is a real job for which more than 20,000 applicants have applied. The future of concerts lies in the hands of “testers,” the dream job for many music fans.


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