Netflix Wants To Pay You To Binge-Watch Kids’ Movies
This job sounds too good to be true! Netflix is hiring a part-time, work-from-home employee to help categorize children's entertainment.
What’s better than getting paid to binge-watch Netflix all day? Getting paid to binge watch kids’ movies on Netflix all day.
As much as I hate to admit it, I definitely don’t change the channel when my favorite kids’ movie or show is on TV. I still love the movies as much as I did as a kid, and possibly more now that I am older and have a newfound appreciation for them. I recently went to the movie theater and chose to see “Finding Dory” over all of the other movies, and I don’t regret it one bit. If this is relatable for you, we may have just found your dream job!
Netflix recently announced that they are in search of a Kids Content Tagger to add to their Enhanced Content Kids team. This is a part-time, one-year, remote position that simply requires you to binge-watch Netflix. More specifically, the content tagger’s role will help the Netflix team determine what movies appear as “Recommended” for its pint-size viewers.
According the job listing, your duties will include:
- Tagging kids’ content to categorize for different ages and themes
- Completing backtagging projects that update titles when new tags are added or removed
- Occasional special projects, like testing experimental tagging processes
And of course, you must have a genuine interest and love for children’s entertainment. You may even consider yourself a kids’ entertainment expert, because even though most people grow out of kids’ entertainment you never did (guilty).
If you don’t consider yourself a children’s entertainment expert, this could still be a great work-from-home opportunity. Especially if you have kids and are constantly watching kid-friendly shows and movies, why not get paid for something you are already doing?
If this does in fact sounds like your dream job, you can apply here by either uploading your resume or submitting an application through LinkedIn.
[h/t: The Penny Hoarder]
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