Do you ever feel like you're not working up to your full potential? Some people never find a career they truly love and instead, spend their days toiling at a 9-to-5 that totally cramps their style (Why do we have to wear shoes to the office? So unnecessary.).
The perfect job shouldn't even feel like work, isn't that what our high school guidance counselor told us during our one meeting? So ideally, we should find a job that lets us watch sports, have a good time, and in a perfect world, stuff our faces.
Enter Pizza Hut.
The "Pizza Hut All-American" job will send one lucky motherf*cker to Division 1 NCAA championship games across the country for the 2016-17 season to document the experience on social media.
And what's the salary for traveling the country while using social media (which we feel like we don't even have to add, because who would travel the country and NOT 'gram it)? $50,000.
“We know that college sports fans are as passionate about their teams as we are about pizza, and as the Official Pizza of the NCAA, we felt it was our obligation to bring exclusive Pizza Hut experiences to Division I NCAA championships, especially those that often don’t get the limelight," says David Daniels, the Vice President of Media & Advertising at Pizza Hut.
"We cannot wait to send our first-ever Pizza Hut All-American to bring incredible Pizza Hut experiences to these events and celebrate the great fandom that exists across all college sports.”
So the focus isn't exactly the pizza, but as Thrillist points out, if it's a Pizza Hut job, literally how could they not provide you with unlimited pizza?
According to the job description, "The right candidate will be outgoing, enthusiastic and eager to share his/her journey with fans. He/she have a proven track record of creating great content, with a detailed understanding of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat."
"The All-American should be ready to roll at all times and able to professionally handle everything from a live media interview to a Facebook Live broadcast."
The application requires a resume and you can also attach an optional video clip pleading your case as the ultimate college sports and pizza fan to get the job done.
They also require all the applicants to be at least 21 and U.S. residents– the deadline's November 6th, so get crackin'.[via Thrillist] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]