When you think of work, sitting watching Fast & Furious movies probably isn’t what comes to mind right away.
However, this could be exactly the case for one eagle-eyed person, as a company is on the hunt for a movie buff with good attention to detail.
So, what does the job description say exactly?
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In the role of “Fast & Furious claims adjuster”, the selected individual will be tasked with watching all entries in the main franchise, including this month’s Fast X.
While making their way through the franchise, the selected individual must make notes on all instances of car damage.
They must also highlight specifics, such as the types of cars involved, and the total number of such incidents in each individual film.
No doubt you’re wondering why.
Well, the data will be used by a company called FinanceBuzz, which is the finance info site behind the endeavor.
They’ll then use the data to put together some insurance stats on the “reckless driving” often depicted.
“We need help taking inventory of the accidents in the movies,” the company said when announcing the job opportunity.
“We’re also curious if the number of wrecks in these movies has increased or decreased over the franchise’s history. That’s where you come in.”
The successful applicant will receive $1,000 to serve in the temporary role, which is expected to last two weeks.
Not only that, but they’ll also be given an additional $100 to go towards streaming fees, movie tickets, and of course any snacks required on the job.
The job advert states that applicants must be based in the United States and at least 18 years of age.
Applications are due by May 19, with the chosen candidate being selected by May 26.