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26-year-old millionaire is looking for a 'personal assistant' who will be paid a $52,000 salary to travel and stay in luxury hotels


A 26-year-old millionaire is looking for a personal assistant to join him as he travels the world to grow his e-commerce and business coaching companies.


In the past year, Matthew Lepre has spent his time exploring Japan, Dubai, Hawaii, and his home city of Sydney, all while watching his bank balance grow steadily.

He's now looking to hire someone to take up the 'coolest job in the world' - an assistant who'll be paid $52,000 (base rate) a year to help him take care of business in countries all around the world.

'Salary will be based on the person's experience but the base rate is in addition to travel and accommodation expenses. Health insurance benefits are paid for by me separately,' he told said


Matt is an e-commerce professional who makes a cool $120,000 a month - and he says business couldn't be better.

He's also been working on projects which help him help others to also build their wealth.

His newest team member will make sure his businesses keep running while he's travelling as well as helping to promote his newest ventures.
Matthew Lepre

Matt lives the life many dream about but recognises that life at the top is busy- which is why having the right person at his side is a must.

'I'm looking for someone to join in all of my adventures. I love what I do, and I love exploring new places,' he said.

'But life is now definitely getting busy and I'm looking for a reliable person to assist me with my day to day business activities, while we are on the go.'

Those wanting to make sure they've got what it takes will need to subscribe to Matt's YouTube channel.

He said doing this will give a prospective applicant a good understanding of what he does and they can see if their temperament and skills might be a match.

'Applicants need to have a good understanding on what I do which they can see through my YouTube channel.

'From this week, I will be doing weekly Vlogs taking my viewers behind the scenes of my life so they can see if the job is right for them.'

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