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Babajob Announces an Opening for ‘Pokemon Catcher’

Playing Games can make you Mint Money!

 What is PokemonGo?

For you, it must have all started with playing a game. However, had you ever thought that you can turn into a professional Pokemon Hunter? PokemonGo is an augmented reality game that can be played on smartphones with players obsessively hunting and capturing small digital creatures in public spaces.

Hiring Pokemon Catcher

With the most latest sensational buzz of PokemonGo, Bengaluru-based job portal Babajob recently posted an advertisement for a new opening of ‘Pokemon Catcher’ that can easily give you a remuneration of INR15, 000 per month. Babajob is said to have 7 million jobseekers and over 4 lakh employees. Sean Blagsvedt is the Founder and CEO of Babajob.

Job Description

You can apply for this position, if you are an expert in playing PokemonGo. The job description says that you must be physically fit in order to run around the town to catch the Pokemon like Bulbasaur, Charmander and Pikachu. Moreover, you need to have a huge knowledge database of all Pokemon. You need to train the Pokemon and should be experienced with Pokemon gym battles.

Takeaways:

  • Bengaluru-based job portal Babajob recently posted an advertisement for a new opening of ‘Pokemon Catcher’ that can easily give you a remuneration of INR15, 000 per month.
  • The job description says that you must be physically fit in order to run around the town to catch the Pokemon like Bulbasaur, Charmander and Pikachu.

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