This Company Wants To Pay You $50 An Hour To Party Alcohol-Free

If you’re taking part in Dry January or you’re just not a big drinker in general, you just might be a perfect candidate for a unique new job: partying all night without a sip of alcohol at some of Stockholm’s hottest night clubs. Not only will you get free drinks, travel costs, and accommodation, you’ll also get paid to have a great night out!

  1. Gnista is behind the offer. Gnista is a Swedish company that makes what they claim is the “world’s first non-alcoholic spirit that truly resembles a fine spirit.” They have loads of cocktail recipes on their website and for people who love to enjoy a good night out but can’t or choose not to drink, their offerings are a godsend.
  2. They’re looking for two “enthusiastic party animals.” The purpose of the job is to get people who love partying to try out Gnista’s products to prove just how effective they are for making you feel like you’re living it up without actually getting drunk off your head. In essence, the chosen candidates will have a regular night out, dancing away on club floors, maybe paying way too much for dinner, and then stumbling home at dawn to collapse out of sheer exhaustion. You just won’t have a terrible hangover when you wake up.
  3. Gnista takes sober partying seriously. As they write in the job description, “We are truly serious about our vision to make it easier to choose non-alcoholic, through offering outstanding products that imitate the experience you normally get from drinking alcohol.” They want to know if, when put into real-life practice, Gnista allows you to have as good of a time, letting loose and going crazy, as drinking actual alcohol all night does.
  4. Homebodies need not apply. The job listing is very explicit in saying that they won’t hire bookworms or people who prefer staying in and ordering pizza than hitting the clubs. “This position is for you who more or less live for the weekends,” it reads. “The successful candidate has never tried being sober when out clubbing (due to prejudice that it’s only lame people who opt for the non-alcoholic). Being single and ready to mingle, being outgoing and fluent in English and/or Swedish is considered a plus.”
  5. So what will you have to do? Your responsibilities are actually pretty simple. You’ll need to make at least one “Gnista-Tonic” at the hotel for you and a friend, then commit to continually drinking cocktails made from the non-alcoholic spirit all night long, or at least until 3 a.m. when your “shift” is officially over. You’ll have to head back to work at 11 a.m. the next morning, though, to hit up a major breakfast where you report on your experience.
  6. And what will you get for all your hard work? In addition to the fixed salary of $525 and some change, here are the perks: “Round trip and hotel stay at Stockholm’s coolest hotel Downtown Camper, for you and a friend (no matter where in this world you may live). Dinner for two and free drinks all night at the restaurant becomes dance floor TAK (incl. taxi to and from the hotel). Full fry-up breakfast the day after and a complimentary bottle of Gnista each to bring home.” Pretty nice!
  7. Get your applications in ASAP! Gnista has listed a closing date of February 29,2020, so it’s probably a good idea to fill in your application pretty soon if you think you might be a good fit. You can see all the relevant information as well as the application on the Gnista website HERE.
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