Do you love love?
Are you always setting up your friends?
Then it might be time to try your hand as a professional matchmaker.
Right now, Three Day Rule (TDR) is hiring matchmakers in cities across the country.
You’ll need to have a college degree, or be working toward one. But the jobs don’t require any other specific experience.
Here’s how to get your yenta on.
How to Get a Matchmaker Job With TDR
Match’s “exclusive premium matchmaking service,” TDR is “growing rapidly across the U.S.”
With services in six American cities, it plans to expand to “up to 12 more” this year — and needs more matchmakers.
The jobs were posted on the site several weeks ago, but TDR public relations consultant Courtney Flantzer assured me the positions are still available.
For both jobs (matchmaker and junior matchmaker), you don’t need experience — but you do need excellent communication skills and a passion for matchmaking.
You’ll use your network and TDR events to find and convert singles into clients, then provide dating coaching as you select potential matches and help them find love.
Here are the specifications for each role:
This is a full-time position you’ll work on your own schedule. Pay is commission-based and “uncapped.”
You must have three or more years of full-time work experience, plus a bachelor’s degree — though advanced degrees are preferred.
Positions are available in Boston, Chicago, DC, Los Angeles, New York, San Jose and San Francisco.
In this part-time position, you’ll earn $24 per hour and work 24 hours per week. If you excel, you might have the opportunity to become a full-time matchmaker.
To be considered, you must have a college degree, or be currently enrolled. You also must be willing to work evenings.
Positions are available in Boston and New York.
To apply for any of the positions listed above, click here and follow the instructions.
Your Turn: Does this sound like your dream job?
Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.