Let’s face it, most of us are still confused by Brexit.
No-deal, the withdrawal agreement, a customs union, the Irish backstop – the list goes on and so, for most of us, does our bewilderment with the entire thing.
But thanks to several requests from befuddled citizens, a professional marketplace are now on the lookout for those who do know their Article 50 from their WTO rules, and they’re willing to pay money for it.
Thanks to multiple requests from users searching for a Brexit breakdown on their website, Bidvine are on the lookout for Brexit experts who can assist the public in getting to grips with the ever-changing topic of the UK leaving the European Union.
Those struggling to get their heads around Brexit will be able to enlist the services of ‘Brexperts,’ who could be paid as much as £80 an hour for imparting their knowledge.
In January 2019, it was uncovered that 39% of the public do not know what Article 50 means, 26% do not know what a ‘no deal’ Brexit entails and 37% are unsure on what a hard Brexit would mean for the country.
With the decision now being delayed until 31 October, Britain is set for at least seven more months of the subject as a minimum.
Russ Morgan, Co-Founder of www.Bidvine.com said: “It seems that Brexit is in the news every day with the narrative seemingly changing all the time making it hard to keep up with what’s going on.
“We know there are many people out there who would consider themselves an expert on the topic and we think this is the perfect chance for them to earn some money whilst also educating those who are a bit confused.”
Find out more about becoming a ‘Brexpert’ here.
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