Dream Job Alert — Get Paid $50/Hour To Watch Iconic Business Movies

Dream Job Alert — Get Paid $50/Hour To Watch Iconic Business Movies

News by Vianca Meyer
Published: December 05, 2023

As the holiday season approaches, a unique job opportunity emerges that's sure to catch the eye of film enthusiasts and business professionals alike.

DesignRush, an internet marketing firm, is looking for a "Business Film Analyst" and is willing to pay $50 per hour for the pleasure of watching and analyzing iconic business movies.

This could be a perfect way to earn some extra cash for Christmas and the New Year while indulging in your passion for cinema and business — not to mention having the excuse to stay in and get cozy, am I right?

A Little More Than Watching Your Favorite Films

The role involves watching business-related movies and analyzing them for both entertainment value and industry accuracy.

"This is a great opportunity for you to combine your passion for films with your business and investigative skills," DesignRush General Manager Gianluca Ferrugia explained.

Movies on the Watchlist include:

  • Wall Street (1987)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)
  • Boiler Room (2000)
  • Inside Job (2010)
  • The Social Network (2010)
  • Margin Call (2011)
  • The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
  • The Internship (2013)
  • The Big Short (2015)
  • Joy (2015)

Each film starts with a score of 100, and points are deducted for every business inaccuracy noted. The goal? To find the film with the highest score for its accuracy in portraying business scenarios.

Where the Heck Is the Application Form?!

Are you over 18, with a flair for dissecting business scenarios in movies? Then you might be the perfect candidate.

DesignRush is looking for individuals with relevant business experience and a love for top-notch entertainment. 

To throw your hat in the ring for this dream job, applicants need to fill out a form on the DesignRush website, including basic information, qualifications and the movies you prefer to analyze.

Hurry though, as the application window closes on December 15!

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