Here's How You Can Get Paid To Measure Every Hot Dog In The MLB

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Ok first, let's establish that the 'wiener' we are talking about here is in fact, a hot dog. BetUS is a gambling company, and with baseball season in full swing, they are on the hunt to find the largest wiener sold at MLB stadiums across the United States.


In this role, the requirements sounds pretty sweet. You'll have to attend Major League Baseball games across the country and record the length of every hot dog at each stadium. In case you didn't know, there are 30 MLB stadiums in the U.S.  

If you're a baseball fan willing to travel for this and get paid $2,500 in doing so, you can apply to the job here. BetUS suggested that the ideal candidate for this 'Wiener Connoisseur' position, is someone who "considers themselves a passionate hot dog connoisseur, has a strong opinion when it comes to grilled vs boiled dogs, is well-versed in the world of wieners and smiles at the idea of a literal sausage fest."

Be sure to pullout your measuring tools because you'll need to gather the following metrics of each hot dog: length, diameter, weight, and the price of the hot dog.

The job description states these will be required from all 30 MLB stadiums, covering travel expenses, and tickets to games. 


For this role of a lifetime, BetUS is offering the following compensation: 

  • $2,500
  • 1 $500 gift card at the MLB gift shop 
  • 1 year’s subscription to MLB.TV 

If you think you're the perfect candidate, get your application in!