You could get paid to travel the world and go on dates for a year - here's how to apply

By Claire Schofield
Thursday, 6th June 2019, 12:29 pm
Updated Thursday, 6th June 2019, 1:29 pm
The role requires one lucky candidate to journey around the world and look for love (Photo: Shutterstock)
The role requires one lucky candidate to journey around the world and look for love (Photo: Shutterstock)

If you've ever dreamt of travelling the world and finding love, one of the most popular dating apps is willing to pay you to do so.

Bumble, the dating app where women have to message first to allow their crushes to contact them, is on the hunt for someone to join their team as a 'Global Connector Bee'.

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The dreamy job role requires the successful candidate to journey around the world for up to a year and use the app to look for love.

The lucky traveller will be offered an all-expenses paid trip across Australia, Canada and the UK, where they will use Bumble to connect with potential partners, as well as making new friends or business contacts through the app's two additional features.

The Global Connector Bee is expected to share their travels through online blogs, vlogs and social media posts.

Bumble's in search of a Global Connector Bee to travel the world, meet new people, and share their story along the way. Apply in-app now! 🌎🐝

β€” Bumble (@bumble) May 31, 2019

Chelsea Maclin, vice president of marketing at Bumble, said: "We are a global company on a mission to connect great people in a kind and empowering way.

"As our company and community of users continues to grow, it's so important for us to advance our on-the-ground research about the global dating culture so we can optimise our product offerings for new communities and future generations."

How to apply

Applications for the job role will be open until Friday 14 June.

Candidates have to apply for the role in through the Bumble app, which can be downloaded here, and must be aged 18 or over.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Yorkshire Evening Post.