You could be paid to travel the world and make a permanent hen with free flights and hotels included – The Sun

You could be paid to travel the world while you test bachelorette parties thanks to a new job opening.

Not only will you be paid to go abroad, but you can also test hotels, clubs, spas and outdoor adventures along the way.

    You may get paid to test bachelorette parties as you travel the world

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You may get paid to test bachelorette parties as you travel the world

GoHen is looking for a professional bachelorette tester.

The application says it is looking for anyone who is “fearless” and loves adventures, as well as enjoying parties and planning events.

The lucky applicant will travel to destinations within the UK and to popular European destinations with hens such as Spain and Prague.

You will need to test the experiences that can be offered to other hens, such as elegant hotels and spas, as well as activities.

    The professional bachelorette tester will receive free hotels, spas and experiences as well as paid work

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The professional bachelorette tester will receive free hotels, spas and experiences as well as paid workCredit: Alamy

The site offers cocktails, inflatable games, karaoke, escape rooms and dance lessons, so you can expect to try them all.

To apply for the role, all you have to do is submit your name, location and why you deserve to get it by February 28th.

While the role pays only £ 17,000, all travel expenses such as flights and hotels are included.

GoHen operations director Steve Roddy said, “We are proud of our ability to deliver the best wedding invitations in the industry.

“So to make sure we meet our high standards, we need an experienced party-goer to head to our destinations and test the latest bachelorette party activities and experience the local party scene so we can keep up with the curve.”

He added that the candidate will have to fill out a “complete dossier” of the results obtained during the trip to report.

The bride’s bachelorette party was ruined after the “cowboy” limo driver blocked the group on the bridge, so she forgot to pick them up for the return trip

A 2017 study found that the dosage of hens cost an average of £ 507 per person.

However, we have revealed how to organize a pre-wedding party without breaking the bank.

A nightmare mother-in-law gave the bridge the lingerie she wore on her wedding night, in the hope that it would make her “more fertile”.

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