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New Business Idea: Discover my work, the best way to test your new job

Sometimes it's good to have a safe try before signing up for real. Or just for the fun of experience what it's like!

Before taking up a new job, it's important to have an idea of what you're getting into. Isn't there a better option than to give it a try? Discover my work is a service that allows anyone to test someone else's job for a short period.
Discover my work is an online service that offers a list of open positions available for a day. Once agreed by the person sharing his day job, the shadow session starts for the duration set. Once over, a mutual review is performed to rate the experience.
Target audience
This service is targeted at people looking for their first job, anyone wanting to change career or anyone curious to live someone else's life.
The service is free for the users and paid for by the parents or the collectivity organising the session.
Show that people who used the service are more likely to work harder and longer than those who didn't.


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