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What are the Best Jobs in the world?

Updated on July 25, 2014

There are plenty of ways to make money in this world, some ways may seem a bit boring but others not so much. Everybody has an opinion on what constitutes a cool job and what constitutes a boring job. To me, a great job is somewhere that lets you do what you love the most and gives you some added benefits to make the experience that much sweeter. The following are some of the best jobs I found in this world, that make any job look like the worst job in the world in the eyes of many.

Professional Sleeper
Professional Sleeper

Professional Sleeper

One job that makes our list is the “Professional Sleeper”, that’s right, professional sleeper. Just last year Hotel Finn, in the heart of Helsinki, was looking to fill this position, to test out the comfort of their new fleet of beds in their 35 new rooms. Being able to sleep however wasn't the only requirement for the job, you also had to be able to write a detail review of your experience and opinion on the new beds. You may say what you want but i would not mind this job at all.

Professional Cliff Diving
Professional Cliff Diving

Professional Cliff Diver

Next up is one for the water lovers. For those who love exotic views and high rush of adrenaline, and love to travel the world. That job... Professional Cliff diver. Doing this type of job may be a little risky but the rewards can be much more greater than anything else you can imagine. Sure diving into untold waters may seem to be a bit scary, but when you get to travel the world, all expenses paid, get to see beautiful views, and also get paid for it, well, that sort of takes away the scariness of the situation right? It’s not something that anyone can do but if you seem interested, you may want to give Red Bull a call and ask for an application but just so you know big experience in platform diving or in a similar sport is strongly suggested.

BBQ Ribs
BBQ Ribs

Barbecue Taster

For the food lovers we have something for you as well especially if you love Barbecue. Have you ever wanted to quit your day job and just taste all kinds of different kinds of barbecue for a living? Well Texas Monthly Magazine made that dream possible for one lucky man, so much so that he was able to quit his day and just dedicate himself to auditing barbecue joints for a living. Don’t think it’s an easy job though, ever since Mr. Vaughn has been at this job (since 2007) he has eaten at more than 600 barbecue joints, with over 90% of them located in Texas. The only downside to this job is if you're trying to keep in shape, but if that’s no concern for you, than this might be a job suitable for you.

Legoland Resort
Legoland Resort

Legoland Keeper

For the kid in all of us,there are some jobs as well. Do you love Lego? Do you love getting paid? If the answer is yes to both questions, than this job will be a perfect one for you. The job? Lego Model Maker. That’s right you heard right. One lucky girl last year found her dream job as she beat out hundreds of aspiring kids for the job. The job description is simple, all she has to do is help maintain and update all of the 1800 models that are kept in the Lego land Windsor Resort. I don’t know about you but this sounds like something i could do for a living and never get tired of it.

Iceberg Moving
Iceberg Moving

Iceberg Mover

For the sea lovers, and the travelers, boy have we got something for you. If you ever saw yourself out at sea, with beautiful ocean views, all around the world, this will be the perfect job for you. After the tragedy of the Titanic back in 1912 extreme measures were taken for that not to happen again. Those actions led to the creation of a new job which they called, Professional Iceberg Mover, now tell me that does not sound like a cool job to you. An estimated 20,000 to 40,000 icebergs a year are reported by oil companies a year to various different companies of iceberg movers. This companies then study and review the location of the said iceberg and once the iceberg is identified as a threat, it is then towed out of the area by the contractors, using specialized anchors handling tug supply vessels. It may a great job but it does not go without its fair share of dangers, for instance if an iceberg flips during towing, it can slice through the boat, as well as cause big waves that are generated from the fall. Time wise towing an iceberg can take up to 72 hours, partly due to the fact that most boats do take quite some time to reach the speeds needed to be able to move an iceberg from one place to another. Therefore, if you don’t mind the dangers, and you love being out at sea, being able to witness nature at its best, then this job should suit you well.

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