CLEVELAND - Looking for a job or feeling down about yours? Well, how about applying for the ‘best job in the world’?
That’s what Tourism Australia is tagging six job openings down under – and maybe they’re just right.
You can be the “Chief Funster,” reviewing Sydney festivals and events and becoming a “Sydney VIP,” or “Taste Master” in Western Australia and “eat your way around the state.”
Other jobs up for grabs are a Lifestyle Photographer in Melbourne, Northern Territory Outback Adventurer, Park Ranger in Queensland and Wildlife Caretaker in the country’s southern region.
Each position reaps $100,000 in Aussie money, $50,000 salary and $50,000 covering living expense.
New Hampshire man Ben Southold won the first ‘best job in the world’ competition, getting the gig of 'caretaker' of Hamilton Island on Australia's great Barrier Reef in 2009.
Now with Southold’s time up, six lucky folks will get a position of a lifetime.
Interested? Find out how to apply here: http://on.wews.com/13IGcF1
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