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Durex Seeking Suitable Product Tester Candidates

10 December 2008

Durex Seeking Suitable Product Tester Candidates

-Best job on offer this summer for Kiwis who are up for it-

Kiwis looking for a role with a difference this summer can apply to become a Durex product tester.

Durex is on the lookout for 100 suitable sexecutives to become Durex Play Ultra testers to aid in research for the organisation - Play Ultra is part of Durex’s Play vibes range.

Kiwis can apply from today by visiting www.durextester.co.nz. Applications for this dream job are open until 21 January 2009 and applicants, who must be aged 16 or over, should explain why they are suitable for the job.

David Rae, Durex NZ Country Manager says New Zealanders have always been an amorous bunch, and quite willing to discuss their sexual antics.

“Ever since Durex has run sex surveys in New Zealand, results have frequently shown that New Zealanders are having a lot of sex, and Kiwis aren’t shy about sharing their stories,” says Mr Rae.

“However, the most recent Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey found that while there is a lot of sex happening, it’s not necessarily of the best quality – only 43 per cent of Kiwis surveyed said they were satisfied with their sex lives, and only 52 per cent orgasm each time they have sex.

“As Durex values the opinions of its customers, it’s important we get regular feedback so we can continue to develop products that will enhance enjoyment and sexual wellbeing. Going on the results of the survey, it makes sense that Kiwis get a chance to provide Durex with direct feedback on how its innovations are helping improve their sexual wellbeing.”

Mr Rae says he thinks the recruitment drive will be well received as Kiwis were quick to apply to become condom testers when the organisation asked for applicants several years ago.

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