Have you been wasting your time watching Netflix?
Or have you actually been training for your new career
Netflix’s content library is massive.. and every year hundreds of thousands of new titles are added.
Are you willing to roll up your sleeves, get your hands dirty, and review, tag, and categorize all of this new content?
It sounds like hard work, I know.
Obviously, these “Content Analyst” positions are very popular and they tend to get snapped up quick, so to stand a chance you need to check the Netflix job board often: https://jobs.netflix.com.
Just search for “Content Analyst”.
This may seem hard to believe, but there are several companies that will actually pay you to watch movies and videos:
Not only will InboxDollars pay you to watch movie previews, but they will also pay you to watch a variety of news clips, celebrity videos, and more.
You also get a $5 bonus just for signing up.
While Swagbucks doesn’t pay you to watch movie previews, you can get paid to watch all sorts of other videos.
Mystery shopping companies, such as Market Force Information, will pay you up to $30/day to go to the movies. Tasks may include watching sneak previews of upcoming releases, watching and recording trailers, counting the number of people in each movie showing, and more.