[UPDATE: AS OF 2017, THIS OPPORTUNITY IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE]
Unsure of where to go next in life? Maybe you’re stuck at a job you hate, or maybe you just want to get away for a little while to figure yourself out.
You can go on a Euro-trip and travel the world, spending thousands of dollars “finding yourself," OR you can stay in the states.
I mean, Hawaii is a state too. And we love Hawaii. We can think of a million reasons why you'd want to live there. Like, this cat sanctuary. Or getting paid to teach there. Well, it looks like Hawaii REALLY wants you―all of us. Everyone.
A fruit-tree planting foundation in Hawaii will pay you to live there, as long as you help out with their nursery.
In exchange for your caretaker role (for which they pay you a stipend, by the way), you get to live in rent-free cabin quarters in the middle of the Hawaiian jungle.
There’s even a WiFi equipped lounge nearby where you can take care of all your worldly connections.
Also, don’t worry, there’s electricity and plumbing in the cabins.
The commitment is three hours per day of work, which is basically nothing compared to what you’re getting in return. Aka, um, Hawaii?
You do have to be qualified to get the job, however.
The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation is looking for someone who can handle the daily operations of their nursery, including an aptitude for grounds-keeping and “solar, propane, and rain catchment systems."
They’re looking for immediate hire. You can find the application info here. GODSPEED![via Brokelyn] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]