Do you play Beyoncé’s Renaissance album in full grey, and do you prefer to visit every concert of this singer? Then we found your dream job. USA Today, a famous American newspaper, is looking for a reporter who is passionate about Beyoncé.
Do you see yourself writing articles about your favorite artist every day? Then this vacancy literally sounds like music to your ears. The American newspaper wants the reporter to mainly prepare stories about Beyoncé’s fashion, music, and the singer’s cultural and economic influence.
It’s a job you probably didn’t know existed; Beyoncé reporter. However, it also makes sense, because you can write a lot about Beyoncé. About the huge amount of money she earned from her world tour, or about the way this artist made history at the Grammy Awards. And all this while hearing her music in the background. Who would turn down this dream job?
This is not the first time that the American newspaper has searched for a reporter to focus on a specific person. The newspaper previously made headlines with its search for a full-time Taylor Swift editor. A spokesperson explained to USA Today that they are looking for two separate positions. As a Swiftie, you don’t have to write about Queen B.
Dream job or not?
This job may seem too good to be true. The newspaper’s publisher, the American Gannett Media Group, received a great deal of criticism. Local newspapers have been forced to make cuts for years, meaning some newspapers, for example, no longer have a local reporter. The fact that special editors who have to cover the rise and fall of two American stars have now been budgeted is not sitting well with some local journalists.
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