If you're a fan of "The Bachelor" or a similar dating shows, this is one offer you cannot refuse.
Dating app "Power of Music," which connects singles based on their tase in shows, is looking for someone to take their passion and turn it into hard cash. They are searching for one person to sit through hours of reality TV shows and turn it a $45,000 yearly salary, according to Newsweek.
The goal is to watch the shows and pinpoint what the contestants are doing wrong while gracing the screens as part of an app segment called the "do's and don'ts of dating".
"Our ideal candidate isn't someone that loves reality TV simply for the gossip and drama but someone who really enjoys these kinds of shows for the insight it gives into human behaviour, especially when it comes to dating," the listing said.
The shows included "Too Hot to Handle," "The Cabins," "The Bachelor" franchise, and "Love Island."
The pay to watch about seven hours of TV per week comes out to be about $135 an hour. It is a remote job open to U.S. residents.
"We thought it would be a great idea to take everyone's favourite TV genre and turn it into some valuable life lessons and amazing content for our users," the listing notes.