Netflix wants to pay you $4,000 to hang out on its TV sets and Instagram for 2 weeks (NFLX)

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Netflix is currently recruiting four "Grammasters" who will each get to spend two weeks hanging out on Netflix sets in Europe and the Middle East, snapping photos and getting paid $4,000 to do so.

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To apply, you have to follow the Netflix Instagram account (@Netflix) and hashtag your best three photos with #grammasters3 (by March 6).

What kinds of photos should you pick?

Netflix isn't particularly specific, but it does say that they should "show off your interests or passions."

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See more about the Grammaster position here.

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