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You can wear your pajamas.

Erika Owen
September 08, 2016

Netflix fans, listen up: Your favorite streaming service wants to hire you to watch kid's shows all day.

Well, that's not the official job description, but that's generally what you'll be getting paid to do. The job title is “Kids Content Tagger,” and the person hired for the position will be categorizing content based on age appropriateness.

The gig is remote, meaning you can work in your pajamas—essentially the same uniform you don to follow through with your usual Netflix binging. So what do you need to nail down this job? A few qualifications from the job posting:

  • Extensive knowledge of kids TV shows and movies
  • Passion for and authentic interest in kids television and movies
  • Comfort learning and applying a complex categorization system to kids titles
  • Ability to collaborate harmoniously with a dynamic variety of team members

This is almost as good as the time Netflix hired someone to travel and take photos of food.

Erika Owen is the Senior Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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