Have you ever thought that drinking beer free, tasting chocolate, or just testing the bed could help you earn money? This is really not a joke. To prove this, here is the list of the world's most interesting jobs selected by MSNBC.
A student from Birmingham City University is earning £1,000 to sleep in Simon Horn Ltd's designer beds every day for a month.
General manager Craig Roylance said this job will not only provide an objective view of the beds on sale, but will also be part of a look into what brings a good night's sleep.
Chocolate Taster is seen as the sweetest job in the world
Chocolate tester‘s job is to test top secret recipes
Actor playing a corpse on film
You will see film- making place, free lunch and be paid up to $ 200 per day
Unlike wine tasters, a beer taster has to actually drink beer to exactly evaluate its taste
It is really an ideal job for those who like drinking beer
Durex marketing manager Sam White was hiring Australians over the age of 18 who could apply for one of 200 positions as a condom tester.
The successful applicants would receive a free $60 selection of Durex products and will be required to provide the company with honest feedback about the products' performance.
Resort waterslide tester
Tommy Lynch is delighted his career has taken a dive - he's employed to test out holiday resort pool flumes
He is responsible for examining the altitude, speed, quality of water and landing on the slide to ensure the safety for tourists
Abel Gonzales Jr. says his deep-fried butter invention tastes like "a mix between a biscuit or a croissant that is just stuffed to the gills with butter on the inside."
Gonzales has won state competitions for his creative recipes, which include fried cookie dough, Fried PB&J banana sandwich, and fried Coke
This job gives you opportunities to play games free
Game tester is charged of testing the game's quality as well as errors
Bike rider-photographer for Google Maps
Google (GOOG) has hired two lucky young men to ride around France on dopey looking tricycles snapping up photos of historical sites that are inaccessible by car
This three-wheeler is a sight with its long pole holding nine cameras, a GPS, a computer and a generator.