World's Most Interesting Jobs

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Paradise island caretaker, luxury bed tester, resort waterslide tester, professional prostitute tester, candy taster, wine tester and condom tester seem to be some of the world’s most interesting jobs that many people dream about.

A 34-year-old man named Ben Southall from Petersfield, a market town in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England has been chosen among 35,000 applicants all over the world for the job of swimming, exploring and relaxing on Hamilton Island in the Great Barrier Reef, while writing a blog to promote the area. Ben had to experience a four-day interview process. He finally got a six-month contract to work as a caretaker of a tropical Australian island.

Being a paradise island caretaker, Ben Southall lives in a three-bedroom villa

Tommy Lynch, 29, has traveled more than twenty miles this year for his job as a resort waterslide tester who ensures the standard of new resorts.

Hardy Wallace of Atlanta has got a very interesting job which brings him $10,000 a month. This job requires him to test wine, capture and share the experience for his network of Twitter followers.

Wine tester and blogger

A 22-year-old student from Birmingham City University earns £1,000 for a month to sleep in luxury beds every day from 10am to 6pm and then blogs about her experiences.

Roisin Madigan has been selected to test out luxury beds

Another world’s most interesting job belongs to a 12-year-old schoolboy named Harry Willsher. This boy is known as a chief taster in a sweet factory whose job is to test top secret recipes.

Candy taster


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This article was published on 2011/07/03