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Healdsburg: We can't quite decide whether to file this under Really Good Gigs For the Unemployed or simply the Death of Society, but here you go: the Murphy-Goode Winery is looking for "an outgoing, web-savvy, articulate communicator" to live in rent-free private housing in Wine Country, all while learning about wine and the wine industry. In exchange for the education and housing, the position requires posting "dispatches on their experiences" though social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter.

Oh, and for your troubles, they will pay you $10,000 a month for six months. To Twitter. And use Facebook.

A Really Goode Job” will pay $10,000 a month for a six-month contract that includes private housing in the heart of wine country: Healdsburg, California. Throughout the course of the job the successful applicant will learn about viticulture, winemaking, Sonoma County and Murphy-Goode wines.
The full release can be had at SF Citizen, but know that the website will open to the public at large on the 29th. However, for those applicants who are really into the stunt, the application process begins at a kiosk tomorrow at 11:30 am tomorrow at 120 Market Street near the Hyatt Regency. So so odd.
· Murphy-Goode: A Really Goode Job [Official Site]
[Photo: Yelp]

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