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This Job Will Pay You to Visit 52 of the Most Awe-Inspiring Places on Earth

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Do you have a knack for finding secret "locals only" spots? Have you never lived in a city for longer than a year? Are you open to trying anything once, including jetting around the world as a New York Times reporter? If any of those apply to you, the Times might just be looking to hire you as their Travel Writer at Large.

The paper regularly puts out a feature called "52 Places to Go," covering natural and manmade wonders that deserve a special trip. For the first time, the NYT is actually hiring someone to go to all 52 places and report on them. As they put it:

"We are seeking a correspondent who will go to every destination on our list and tell us the story of each place and the story of life on the road. The ideal candidate is a permanent student of life and astute documentarian of the world. This person should have a well-worn passport, the ability to parachute into a place and distill its essence and to render a compelling tale with words and images."

Does every part of that description have you internally shouting, "ME?!" Learn more about the listing and apply here.

From: Cosmopolitan

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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