You are unlikely to get paid for it, but you do get a sex toy for free. Are you sat at work bored out of your mind right now? Are you fed up of the daily grind? How about a job change? You could become an astronaut, a train driver, or even a barista. For many, sex toy testing is something that can be done as an extra to your regular nine to five job.
How do I become a sex toy tester? Can I get paid for it? - Somerset Live
If you're not getting enough job satisfaction from your current employment role With the surge in popularity in pop culture of the book and film series 50 Shades of Grey came a boom in sex toy sales. Simple supply and demand meant the companies behind these kinky items were coming up with more and more quirky ideas to saturate the market. With new and adventurous ideas came an increasing need for people to test these new products out. While you may not want to boast to future employers about a stint as a sex toy tester, the role surely has some perks.
MasturbaTEAM seeking professional sex toy testers 'for science'
Last month, we reported that sex toy sales have spiked during quarantine while last week it was revealed that everyone is apparently Googling homemade sex toys — 23, searches in the UK over the last month, to be precise. If that sounds like you then we would say step away from the cucumber and turn your attention over to adult toy company Ricky. Ricky is on the lookout for male and female sex toy testers to review their products during quarantine.
An online retailer are searching for a real life Dr Jean Milburn from Sex Education to test out their intimate products. Website Onbuy. The successful candidate will get answering the website's customer queries they receive a month about their adult section. The job description stated: "If successful, you will receive a selection of intimate products from the site every month to make yourself familiar with, in order to answer customer inquiries effectively.