Aug212013

Jauntaroo seeking Chief World Explorer. Pays $100K to travel and blog.

Jaunt around the world for one year, blog and work social media on the experience and make $100,000 a year.

Is this the best job in the world?

Jauntaroo is a two year old travel site with the mission to match travelers with their ideal vacation destination. The company is currently taking applications for the Chief World Explorer position.

The voluntourism component of this position is the aspect I find admirable. 

Jauntaroo’s mission is simple – to match travelers with global vacation destinations. Simply click what you love in vacations and we’ll match you with destinations based on your preferences and budget! Some think of us as a vacation search engine – we consider ourselves your Vacation Matchmaker!

We have begun the search for our Chief World Explorer who will travel the globe for one year visiting destinations, sharing experiences and creating content for Jauntaroo while earning a salary of $100,000.00!

We are not kidding – this is the real deal! Travel, explore, experience the world and get paid. How can YOU help people know where to go on vacation? Click here to view some of the destinations our Chief World Explorer will visit!

Best Job Around the World Job Details

Candidate Requirements

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Speak and write English proficiently.
  • Create a 60-second video to apply.
  • Get fans to support your video submission.
  • Deadline to apply is September 15, 2013.

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The Best Job Around the World.

 

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. @Gene – That is certainly achievable in a year with credit card payouts from Chase around $250 for approved application. One or two credit card referrals approved per day earns $100,000 for a travel blogger.

  2. I would be perfect for this job. I have no obligations right now. I love to travel, and you’ll love my work. I will travel anywhere you want.

  3. After traveling to 28 countries and 49 states, I am definitely qualified for this job. My favorite part of business travel is taking pictures and sending notes home on Facebook and email, with pictures, sharing experiences where I have been. I’ll get to work on the video.

  4. I am perfect for this job.I work 17 years in Brazil by the hostel and now it is time to know the country of friends, cultures and guests that I met.

  5. @Gene, @RicGarrido,
    How do these credit card referrals work that you’re speaking of? Is this available to individuals who set up businesses to indepedently do this, or to agencies or established, multi-employee businesses?
    Thanks!

  6. Please send information on how to apply for this great position .being a tennis player and a coach and love traveling to all the best spa and resort around the world , would be something I know and would love to do making a living at it .

  7. Please send information on how to apply for this great position .being a tennis player and a coach and love traveling to all the best spa and resort around the world ,

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