Then I want to share with you one of my favorite jobs for 13 year olds to make money attending movie premieres.
Who wouldn't want to go to Pirates of the Caribbean 4??
And get paid $10-20 dollars an hour.
Theaters and movie studios are extremely interested in collecting data about the audience that attends their movie premieres.
They want to know how many people attend opening day, what screening time is most popular, and what previews are being shown.
The industry has outsourced this data collection to a few private firms and, in turn, those films hire regular movie-goers to spend a few minutes collecting the information and reporting back.
The good news is that one such firm is currently hiring and it’s pretty easy for you to get started making money attending movie premieres. They are known as “in-theater checks” and is one of the largest such firms in the United States and Canada.
The application is simply a few questions and nearly everyone is eligible to be hired.
Once hired, all you have to do is watch the online list of assignments for a movie you want to preview. Then assign yourself to that project and wait for your letter from CFA to present to the theatre for free admission.
You'll be hired to do either:
1) •Patron counting – these assignments require that you stand directly outside of a specific theater and count the number of people who enter the movie. You are usually asked to count the patrons for several show-times in a given premiere night.
2) •Preview watching – these assignments will require that you document the specific previews that were shown before a movie premiere.
And the best part?
You can make between $10-20 per hour, watch a free movie on Friday or Saturday night, and even bring a guest for free!
Apply here to make money attending movie premieres
And have fun getting paid to go to a movie premiere! Popcorn not included :-(
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