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Every year, The New York Times releases its 52 Places to Go list, and every year we get insanely jealous of the person who has the cash and time to make all those visits happen. Truth is, there are probably very few—if any—people who check off each destination in the calendar year. That’s changing this year, as The New York Times is looking to hire a correspondent to visit every place on their list. How do you acquire this dream job? Well, for starters you need to have some experience with travel writing for a magazine, newspaper, or digital publication, and be able to show you’re active on social media. Then, of course, you need to be able to commit for a full year. All that check out? Go apply and then send us a few postcards.

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