If you're searching for the latest dream job vacancies in Europe, welcome! Here, we cover the unique, the interesting and quite frankly the coolest job alerts across Europe – from Ireland to Greece and everywhere in between. Whether it's becoming the only inhabitants of a remote island off the west coast of Ireland, being paid by Airbnb to host a stunning designer property in Sicily or be handsomely remunerated for exploring Iceland and tasting Siggi's famous Icelandic yoghurt, we have you covered.
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Dream Job Alert – Walk Along Beaches on Beautiful Scottish Island. For 4 months, get paid £9,333 to be a […]
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What is a dream job in Europe?
What is a dream job in Europe? It's a short question with a long answer.
One person's dream job is another person's nightmare. So how does DreamJobsy, the dream jobs website, work? Who decides, what a dream job is? Simply put, it's down to our discretion. We keep our ears pinned to the ground to find companies with 'a dream job vacancy'. Sometimes, it's easy for us to determine if it's really a dream job opportunity – example; Siggi's, an Icelandic yoghurt brand were looking to pay someone $50k to tour Iceland for 6 months, come up with some new yoghurt flavors and generally have a good time amongst all of the magnificent scenery.
Other dream job vacancies aren't quite what they seem as they'll be marketed as dream jobs but in reality, they're very short term assignments (e.g. 2 weeks) and remuneration comes in the shape of a cash prize and some free products to review from that company. We don't tend to write about those jobs unless the rewards for the role are extraordinary.
There are also roles we come across which aren't marketed as dream jobs but really should be, so we write about them here for more job seekers to discover.
One final thing, many of the dream jobs we find are technically contracts for service over a set period of time e.g. 6 or 12 months. That doesn't mean the job can't become a longer term role (show how capable you are and they'll likely want to keep you) but the nature of the initial contract tends to be that of a specific period.