Company will pay you $50 an hour to party sober

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Struggling to celebrate Dry January? One company in Sweden may have the solution for you.

Gnista Spirits, a Swedish beverage company, is seeking two enthusiastic party animals to party in Stockholm and drink cocktails made out of Gnista's non-alcoholic spirit.

"People who prefer to snuggle up with a good book shouldn’t bother: This position is for those who more or less live for the weekends," the job post said. "The successful candidate has never tried being sober when out clubbing (due to prejudice that it’s only lame people who opt for the non-alcoholic). Being single and ready to mingle, being outgoing and fluent in English and/or Swedish is considered a plus."

Job duties include:

Make yourself at least 1 Gnista-Tonic for you and your friend at the hotel and before heading to the selected partner bar.

Drink non-alcoholic cocktails made out of Gnista until dawn.

The shift is over at 3 a.m. when your tired legs look forward to a good night’s sleep.

Shift two starts the next day at 11 a.m. when you are to summarize your experience over a sumptuous beast breakfast.

The lucky candidate will get paid an hourly rate of $50 an hour plus round trip and hotel stay at Stockholm’s Downtown Camper Hotel. Dinner for two and free drinks all night at the restaurant TAK, which becomes a dance club at night. It also includes free taxi's to and from the hotel and a full fry-up breakfast the day after and a complimentary bottle of Gnista each to bring home.

Extensive prior experience of partying is a requirement for the position, according to the job post.

If you're interested in applying, check out the job post.