Google promises its self-driving cars will liberate us from the tedium of driving. But before that idyllic day arrives, some poor souls will have to spend a lot of time sitting in self-driving cars gathering data so Google can iron out the bugs.
Fortunately, they'll get paid -- $20 an hour, according to the Arizona Republic. A Google job ad for drivers in Phoenix, the fourth and newest area where , says the company wants people who'll drive for 30 to 40 hours a week.
It won't be relaxed, though. Employees must be able to type 40 words per minute and will have to "operate comfortably in a fast-paced environment, sometimes managing up to four communication channels simultaneously via various high- and low-tech mediums." And no letting your attention drift away from the car's computer systems.