Earn $20 an hour just by sitting in the Google’s self-driving car

Google has a very good job opening for you. All you need to do is to sit in its self-driving cars to  “test” it. Thats pretty much the job description given by Google because in its self-driving car there is nothing much to do anyway.

Google has placed an ad looking for “vehicle safety specialists” to be contracted for one to two years of autonomous driving field work. The job will pay chosen ones a pretty decent $20 an hour and you will be expected to work six- to eight-hour work days with potential for road trips as long as a month at a time. The job opening is in Arizona, not California where Google is reportedly testing its self-driving cars.

You will have to sign a confidentiality agreement to keep Google’s top secret stuff top secret and you’ll need a clean driving history for all that non-driving you’ll be doing. You’ll have to be able to type at a blistering 40 words per minute and not have a history of sleeping at the wheel. You’ll be expected to provide concise feedback on the nothing that happens all day to Google engineers and you’ll be asked to take a bunch of car training courses, to help with the whole no driving part of the job.

Criminal history sheets should not apply as the last thing Google would want is their self-driving car technology to fall in wrong hands. If the autonomous vehicle hits anything, you’ll be expected to drag it off the road, kick sand over it and scrub the blood off the bumper.

If you think you are Google’s next vehicle safety specialist, take a look at the job ad here.