Get Paid $97,000 A Year To Travel And Test Luxury Goods

HushHush, an online luxury shopping marketplace and concierge service, which features an array of luxury goods, brands, and services, is currently looking for a luxury product tester. The gig pays roughly $97,000 a year. The position will involve sampling and experiencing luxury products and destinations.

The tester will review products before they appear for sale on the website. They will be expected to test the products for style, comfort, performance, and suitability for the website. They will also be responsible for producing reports on each item and working with company suppliers.

The tester must be willing to work with luxury goods, such as an $80 million French chateau, a $71 million jewel-encrusted watch, a $61 million superyacht, and a $23 million jet. They must also have a working knowledge of aircraft, cars, art, fashion, jewelry, and furniture and an interest in travel, art, and fashion.

The company is searching for candidates that have an eye for detail and can travel to islands and properties that are for sale across the globe. Applications will accepted until the end of the month. Candidates must be 18 or older to apply. Ideal candidates should have good writing skills, as well as professional and friendly demeanor.

Interested candidates can apply on the company’s website by providing their name, email, contact information, and a brief introduction. If selected, they will contacted for an interview.

HushHush, which describes itself as the world's leading luxury marketplace and vip concierge service, is headquartered in London. A favorite of luxury enthusiasts, HushHush caters to affluent buyers and luxury sellers around the world. The site features supercars, luxury watches, handbags, and rare antiques, among other luxury products. The company works with the most exclusive luxury brands and dealers around the world.

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Examples of the types of products the site features and that a tester would have to review include a Big Bang Unico Sapphire Rainbow Sapphire Watch valued at €65,990, a Birkin 35 Leather Handbag by Hermès, listed at €28,750, an Admiral Explorer 65 Yacht, priced at €47,401,850, or a 1300m2 home in France, which has been marked down from €3,076,800.00 to €2,695,400.00. Sounds like a tough job.

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