Top 10 World's Coolest Jobs


1 . Luxury bed tester

Today, luxury bed testing is one of the most coolest jobs around. And think about the remuneration! One can earn a hefty £1,000 or may be more for just giving objective view of beds on sale and proving feedback on to what extent it is worth of a good night’s sleep.
According to MSNBC reports, “Roisin Madigan, a college student from Birmingham, England, was paid $1,600 for spending a month trying out top-of-the-line beds and mattresses ranging in price from $8,000 to $43,500”.

2 . Resort waterslide tester

Waterslide Picture
Surely the envy of any desk-bound office worker, Tommy Lynch has travelled over 27,000 miles this year for his job, testing holiday resort waterslides. Mr Lynch, 29, works for holiday giant First Choice, checking the height, speed, water quantity and landing of the flumes, as well as all safety aspects. In 2008 Mr Lynch tested waterslides at holiday villages in Lanzarote, Majorca, Cyprus, Egypt, Dominican Republic, Turkey, Costa Del Sol, Algarve and Mexico. This year he will quality control First Choice's new splash resorts in Greece, Turkey, Florida, Jamaica and Ibiza.

3 . Video game tester

Video Game Player
If you love video games, this just might be the job for you. Video game testers play video games over and over and over again to ensure the quality, check for bugs, see if they can “break” the game, and more. 

4 . Professional prostitute tester

Professional Prostitute Tester
This fantasy job sounds too good to be true : Quality Control in a brothel.
Rascone, an occasional male model and DJ, was offered the gig by Madam Fiorella, who needed somebody to provide that final "interview" in her hiring process. It goes like this: girls who are interested in working as VIP escorts for Fiorella have to undergo interviews, psychological testing, and a photo session. The applicants are whittled down to a final six, who then have sex one after the other in a single day by Jaime. He takes diligent notes on, say, how they moved their hips and whether their groans were adequate, and makes recommendations to the madam. There is even paperwork involved.

5 . Paradise island caretaker

Paradise Island Picture
Ben Southall, 34, beat out nearly 35,000 applicants from around the world for the dream assignment to swim, explore and relax on Hamilton Island in the Great Barrier Reef , while writing a blog to promote the area. He was selected for the $111,000 gig - a six-month contract to serve as caretaker of a tropical Australian island. He now has to live rent-free in a three-bedroom villa, complete with pool.

6 . Wine tester and blogger

Wine tester
Imagine moving to the heart of Sonoma County, where every day you'll come home to more than 450 wineries along the coast of California. Picture living rent free, learning the intricacies of making the perfect wine, and capturing and sharing the entire experience for your network of Twitter followers. Now imagine getting paid $10,000 a month to do so. Hardy Wallace of Atlanta, the first person to submit his application, was the winner for the position at Murphy-Goode Winery- a $10,000 p/mo for six months, rent-free job updating Twitter and Facebook with his winery lifestream. The interview process was very simple , just submit a YouTube video explaining why you would be good for the job and wait to see what happens.

7 . TV corpse

Corpse Acting
If your ideal job involves you doing next to nothing all day, consider becoming a TV corpse. You’ll get to hang out on set, get free lunch and you could get paid up to $200 for the day. That’s not such a bad gig for just having to lie completely still. wow 

8 . Secret Shopper

If your ideal job involves you doing next to nothing all day, consider becoming a TV corpse. You’ll get to hang out on set, get free lunch and you could get paid up to $200 for the day. That’s not such a bad gig for just having to lie completely still! 

9 . Bike rider photographer for Google Maps

Google Maps Bike Photography
Google 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.
The riders, wearing Google tee-shirts and white helmets, are visiting well-known sites such as the Chateau de Versailles, the Jardin du Luxembourg on the city's Left Bank or Les Halles, west of Paris, in the busy centre of the French capital.

10 . Chocolate or candy taster

Without any slightest doubt, it is a mouth-watering and perhaps the most delicious job in the world. Harry Willsher, a 12 year school going boy beats thousands of youngsters to reach his dream job as Chocolate taster. He is responsible for tasting Love Hearts, Refreshers and Cola Bottles and assisting in the research to produce the tasty chocolates and candies.

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