I’ve Got Your Crazy Hot Job Right Here!
Where does a guy (or gal) looking for a career playing Guitar Hero begin looking? At this website: CrazyHotJob.com. It features just one job a day, but it may be “the” job you’ve always dreamed of!
With numerous career sites boasting to have every job listing available, it seemed almost counterproductive that CrazyHotJob.com had only one job listing. But when that job listing was for Activision in Woodland Hills, CA, and that job description required you to test video games all day, I started to get the premise of this blog-like endeavor into the job-hunt genre.
CrazyHotJob.com features one job a day that they deem to be “crazy hot.” They even answer the question “Why is this job crazy hot?” in case you need to be sold on the position – which in the case of the Guitar Hero tester, didn’t even need to be explained. If the job floats your boat, there’s a link to apply (in this case, the link took you to the original job posting at Monster.com.) If you are offering a “crazy hot” job, you can also submit the listing for consideration – it’s 100% free (but please note that competition to be the day’s “crazy hot” job may be fierce.)
Not every day's job may be as "hot" as the Video Game tester (which is good, because there's no way I can play Guitar Hero's World Tour "Hot for Teacher" at the "expert" difficulty level, anyway.) Jobs currently up for voting as the day's hottest job include: Survival/Evasion/Resistance/Escape Instructor, Housesitter in Australia, and MTV Blog Editor. In an economy that often communicates that dreaming is futile, and that you should take any job you can get, CrazyHotJob.com is a feel-good attempt at pairing solid job listings with spectator sportsmanship. (And it's much more fun that combing Craigslist for something that isn't based in Nigeria.)
Visit the site daily at 10am for the newest job, or follow them via Twitter @crazyhotjob.
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