Hush, is this the best job in the world? Very likely

Online marketing place HushHush.com has posted a job advert for a £75k a year luxury product tester to review its high-ticket items.

The new recruit will test and review its luxury items, including superyachts, fine jewellery, cars and property, before they are put on sale to its affluent consumers.

Some of the most expensive items appearing on the HushHush.com website include a £62m French chateau, a £55m jewel-encrusted watch, a £47m superyacht and an £18m Legacy jet.

Applicants for the role will need to demonstrate a passion for travel, art and fashion, have a keen eye for detail and an appreciation of the ‘finer things in life’ but must also be discrete, sociable and eloquent, and able to demonstrate a willingness to learn about an array of products.

The successful candidate will also be expected to travel extensively for the role, as they will be required to review private islands and properties for sale around the world. Form an orderly queue, behind us…

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