Dating community for people who like to travel
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You've lost nothing in the process, and potentially get to socialize in a lighthearted manner.
Separate from the obvious, there are several social events you can attend to increase your chances of meeting someone new.
To apply, you'll need to swipe in the Bumble app until you see a card about the job pop up, then swipe right on it (it'll be live through the application deadline of June 14).
From there, you'll apply in-app by answering a few questions about yourself, and since they're looking for experienced and creative folks you'll also want to have a portfolio ready that showcases your content creation abilities (could be anything from photography, to vlogging, to a strong social media presence).
All the while, you'll be documenting your experience for Bumble's various social media channels, conducting "research," and occasionally creating editorial content for the company.
Essentially, you'd become Bumble's global emissary. “We are a global company on a mission to connect great people in a kind and empowering way,” said Chelsea Maclin, Bumble's vice president of marketing, in a press release “As our company and community of users continues to grow, it’s so important for us to advance our on-the-ground research about the global dating culture so we can optimize our product offerings for new communities and future generations.” Your travels will take you to places around the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia (all expenses covered, of course).
Coffee shops are one of my personal favorites when it comes to places to meet singles.
One of the easiest and least expensive ways to meet singles is to spend time where other singles hang out.
Yet, many singles avoid this kind of interaction, either because they've "tried it before and it didn't work," or they feel silly doing nothing while trying to look available in a public place.
It may seem obvious to some or completely alien to others - yet it works.
Find a busy coffee shop that you feel comfortable in, and take up a space near the main door.