If you're a mega-fan of The Simpsons, your dream vacancy has just come up.
You may well have watched every episode of the classic cartoon already, but if you fancy watching all 280+ hours of the show back, then you could earn yourself £5,000 ($6,819).
That's because an online casino is looking for a 'Simpsons Series Analyst' to help it predict the future.
Offering a little explanation, PlatinCasino.co.uk, said: "It's a well-known phenomenon that The Simpsons have predicted the news, from Donald Trump as president, to the most recent panic buying of fuel in the UK.
"After a hard couple of years, we at PlatinCasino.co.uk are intrigued to see what 2022 will hold.
"So ahead of the new year, we thought what better way than putting The Simpsons to the test and seeing if, after searching each series, we can predict what the next year, and future, has in store for us.
"We think the job is a unique and dream role for many - who wouldn't love getting paid to watch TV, let alone The Simpsons?
"If you wouldn't mind spending the next few weeks watching the most loved cartoon family on TV while getting paid for it, please apply now!"
The role will last for eight weeks and the successful applicant will be required to work a minimum of 35.5 a week in order to watch every episode of the show and the spin-off film.
During each episode, the analyst will take notes on standout storylines to feedback to the casino's team of prediction experts, who will then compile the events into a list of future predictions, with a probability of each one happening.
The payment - which can be received in the currency of your choice - works out as £17 ($23.19) per hour and approximately £6.80 ($9.28) per episode.
The employee will also receive £75 ($102.34) to cover expenses, as well as a weekly doughnut delivery to enjoy while on the job.
Applicants must be over 18, fluent in English, have TV or laptop access and strong writing skills.
A love for The Simpsons is desirable, but not essential - though seriously, which maniac is applying to spend eight working weeks watching a show they're indifferent about?
You can apply here.
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