Google Will Pay You $20 An Hour To Basically Do Nothing
It's like reverse Uber.
Tech companies worldwide are racing to make safe driverless cars. Lucky for people in Arizona, Goggle is paying a good chunk of change if you're willing to sit in a self-driving vehicle and go for a ride—which sounds like the easiest job in the world, unless of course something unfortunate should happen, like, "running over other another human" or "veering off course and straight into a building." But hey, that's the tiny risk you take to be a beta tester.
According to The Arizona Republic, Google is looking for "drivers" for their self-driving cars.
Guinea pigs Drivers need to have a clean driving record, be able to type 40 words per minute and be in support of the robot uprising that is bound to happen eventually.
So how much can you make for putting your life in the hands of Google and its robot army? $20 an hour.
The drivers will work in pairs, with one person behind the wheel (in case something goes horribly wrong) and another person sitting in the passenger seat taking notes. Google wants to know how the cars handle all types of traffic situations.
Let's hope the rest of us can also get a headstart on bonding with our robot overlords, before these driverless cars officially hit the market.