I am a naturalist videographer,25, and am looking to work in Antarctica very long term and to live out my life there documenting the continent. I considered the military route to get down there, but would not be long enough. There must be a way to realize this dream. From the reading, I understand work is highly competitive, but the pool of workers willing to remain there indefinitely must be quite slim, I would assume the normal mentality would find it to be like a life prison sentence. Also, seeing this would be a long term goal, fiat economics would lose meaning and I would not have to be 'paid' in standard terms for work but simply have my basic needs provided for (and, of course, video equipment). In this situation, would I not become rather desirable to an employer (lifetime worker without need of money)? Has anyone tried to go down there first and then try to find a job? This is the level of my desire to make it down there, I am willing to risk it all.
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