7 most funniest and interesting jobs of the world
Everyone is highly careerist nowadays. They prefer to be an engineer, a doctor, or a corporate executive. But are you aware of some jobs that are fun?
Here are some of the funniest jobs found all over the world
Luxury bed test
This is a dream job for a sleep loving person. Roisin Madigan, the 22 years old student from Birmingham City University, has taken up such a job of luxury bed tester. She is paid with thousand euros for lying and sleeping on the most luxurious beds of the world.
Enjoying the taste of various wines from more than four hundred and fifty wineries in the heart of Sonoma, California, is another dream job. Hardy Wallace, the resident of Atlanta, has been successfully appointed at Murphy Goode Winery, for six months as a wine tester. He is being paid ten thousand dollars per month and he is enjoying his rent free job.
Caretaker of Paradise Island
Thirty five thousands applicants were defeated by Ben Southall, the man of thirty four from Petersfield. He got selected as the caretaker of the Hamilton Island, near the Great Barrier Reef. Ben has to write blogs for promoting the area and is being paid one lakh and eleven thousand dollars for six months. He is enjoying his life in a three bedroom villa with a pool but without any rent.
The best and sweetest job ever is done by a boy of twelve, Harry Willsher. When he got his first tour, he felt stepping into Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. This boy has his personal business card also. He tastes the candies and describes the smell and flavor of them.
You can apply for this job if you can play the World of Warcraft well. You must farm 200 gold per hour. And you must know a language rather than English.
The director of fun
Sam Pointon easily got the job. He is a six years old kid but has been chosen as honorary ‘director of fun’ for National Railway Museum.
Bike rider – photographers
Two lucky men were selected by Google as bike rider-photographers. Riding on the tricycle like dopey, they capture the photos of historical sites in France.