Could You Make Boris Johnson Look Good for $75k per Year? The U.K. Government Is Looking for a Photographer
If you’ve been struggling for work, an ad has just gone out for what might be your dream job, paying more than $75,000 a year: photographing the U.K. government and its ministers.
Do you want a full-time photography job that will take you on trips around the world? You might want to apply for the post of photographing the U.K. government — including, of course, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
Advertised by the Cabinet Office, the role asks you to “promote the work of ministers and the wider government visually.” The Guardian speculates that this job has emerged in response to the falling popularity of the current administration and its seemingly chaotic response to Covid-19. No doubt the looming prospect of no-deal Brexit is also denting its reputation.
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