STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 29 (UPI) -- A Swedish women's lifestyle magazine said a law student has been awarded the position of "beach tester," being required to blog about beaches around the world.
Amelia magazine said Asa Dejus was chosen from hundreds of applicants to take on the position with the Swedish National Public Employment Service, which requires the student to spend four weeks visiting beaches around the world and blogging about them, The Local reported Friday.
"Included in the job assignment is going on outings, lying on beach chairs, drinking wine in local taverns and other ordinary assignments found in a commercial beach and tourist environment," read a March ad for the position in Amelia. "In certain areas, receiving a full-body massage, testing drinks, snorkeling and book reading may be required."
Dejus said she applied for the position despite skepticism brought on by the ad's proximity to April Fools' Day.
"It's unbelievable, really. I am going to get paid for going on a dream vacation," she said.