Who wouldn’t want to get paid to watch TV from the comfort of home? As a Netflix Tagger, you can do exactly that!
If you enjoy children’s television and movies, then the Netflix Kids Content Tagger job may be for you.
So what does a Netflix Tagger do?
Taggers watch shows and movies, and categorize or “tag” based on each programs’ characteristics. The tags help Netflix suggest additional shows to viewers based on their viewing history.
For example, the Netflix original show Stranger Things might be tagged with “science fiction”, “1980s”, and “conspiracy drama” along with other descriptions (If you’re a sci-fi fan, definitely give this show a look 🙂 ).
As a Kids Content Tagger, you will view content suitable for children up to age 12.
From the job description:
The ideal candidate has in-depth knowledge of kids’ (ages 0–12) movies and television content. Our team is responsible for determining, across the United States and worldwide: 1) which content belongs in Kids profiles and how it evolves as kids grow up, and 2) tagging Kids shows and movies with an eye toward accuracy and consistency.
The job posting only mentions that this position is “remote”, so hopefully that indicates that it is open to applicants across the United States.
I’ve read that only 40 people worldwide hold the tagger position (that number might have slightly increased by now); add to that the fact that your job will be binge-watching TV from the cozy confines of home, and you can expect heavy competition for this position.
You’ll work part-time at about 15 hours per week, and the position is expected to last one year.
Apply for the position here, and good luck!
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