This Dream Job Will Pay You To Travel The U.S. And Eat Chocolate

How does eating chocolate professionally sound? If you snag this new dream gig, munching on sweets could become part of your job description.

Amsterdam-based confectionery company Tony’s Chocolonely is coming to the U.S. this spring and they’re kicking things off with a 10-city tour. The company is currently hiring chocolate lovers who would be willing to travel the nation on the Chocotruck and eat unlimited chocolate in the process.

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Here are the details: Tony’s Chocolonely is looking to hire one Chocotruck Captain and two Choco Co-Pilots for a three-month journey across America. The positions are paid and may turn into full-time jobs if the three-month tour goes well.

Job duties entail stocking the truck with chocolate, taking pictures, and spreading “chocolatey goodness” by educating the public on modern-day slavery and inequalities in the cocoa industry. As if that wasn’t enough, other job perks include monthly massages, weekly yoga, and free accommodation.

Click here to apply by Feb. 12 to see if you have what it takes to be a chocolate ambassador.