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Candy taster

one of the world's best job is to be a taster in a sweet factory. The tasters job is to test secret recipes. For candy tasters everyday is like stepping into Charlie's Chocolate Factory. His job also includes to describe the flavour and smell of candies.

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Candy taster
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Director of Fun at Museum

A six-year-old boy who wanted to become the director of York's National Railway Museum landed himself a job - as the director of fun. The ambitious youngster got a plum role at the National Railway Museum after applying to replace retiring boss Andrew Scott. Sam Pointon sent a handwritten letter headed "Application for director" asking for an interview at the centre, in York. The letter listed his credentials for the role,including his expertise on his train set. "I am only six but I think I can do this job," wrote Sam. "I have an electrick (sic) train track. I am good on my train track. I can control two trains at once." Staff was so impressed they appointed Sam an honorary "Director of Fun" and his job will be to bosses how he thinks they can ensure the museum is the most fun place for kids to spend a day out.Ok, maybe this isn't the best job in the world for an adult, but it certainly rocks the world of a 6 year old.

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Director of Fun at Museum
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Water Slide Tester

A person holding this job checks the height, speed, water quantity and landing of the flumes, as well as all safety aspects. He can also be called a product development manager and he also ensures potential new resorts are up to the company's standard.

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Water Slide Tester
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Foodie

If travelling is the number one favourite on the list of your to-do things, we suspect trying out new cuisines would come a close second. Add that travel element to it and you have a super cool job right there!

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Foodie
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Travel Presenter

Ask ten people in a room and chances are eight of them will tell you they love to travel. Now imagine getting paid to do just that!Being a travel presenter may be a tough job sometimes-the more successful presenters are known to be away from home for as much as 42 weeks a year-but surely it's one job a lot of us wouldn't mind giving an eye and tooth for.You get to travel to places you've never been to, experience things you probably would have never experienced otherwise and meet people who wouldn't have crossed your path otherwise.

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Travel Presenter
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Mystery Shopper

This one's a Shopaholic's dream come true! Not only do you get to shop, you actually get paid to do it! You heard it right! The concept of a mystery shopper is fairly new to India but the concept is fast catching up.

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Mystery Shopper
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Video Game Testers

Video game testing is quite popular in India with cities such as Bangalore and Noida being hubs of companies that survive doing just that. The job as the title suggest involves testing games by top-notch developers from across the world and pointing out the flaws in them.So your day involves playing video games that are still in their development stage and getting to see how they work much before anyone gets to even hear about them let alone see them in the market!

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Video Game Testers
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Caretaker of a Luxury Island

The job was to a caretaker of a tropical Australian island in the Great Barrier Reef, while writing a blog to promote the area. Unsurprisingly to say the job received thousands of applications - over 34,000 - and generated more than $200 million in global publicity value for Tourism Queensland. The job included a sizeable salary, accommodation in a luxury villa and free transportation in and around the islands and the JD included maintaining photo and video blogs promoting the islands.

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Caretaker of a Luxury Island
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Ferrari Driving Instructor

Yes, it's a niche, but that's why it pays so well and is so much fun.The classes can cost $9,000 or so, and if you can't afford that and still want to see and hear what it's like to be in a Ferrari at 150 mph, a YouTube video gives an idea. The classes, whether through him or someone else, are not for the meek.

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Ferrari Driving Instructor
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Astronaut

What could be more fun than floating in space? According to NASA, salaries for civilian astronaut candidates are based on the federal government's general schedule pay scale for grades GS-12 through GS-13. Each person's grade is determined by academic achievements and experience. Currently, a GS-12 starts at $65,140 per year and a GS-13 can earn up to $100,701 per year. Military astronauts remain in an active duty status for pay, benefits, leave, and other similar military matters.Any adult who is in excellent physical condition and meets the basic qualifications can be selected to enter astronaut training. But for mission specialists and pilot astronauts, the minimum requirements include a bachelor's degree in engineering, science or math, followed by three years of related experience and preferably an advanced degree. Pilot astronauts must have at least 1,000 hours of experience in jet aircraft, and they need better vision than mission specialists.It's a tough field to get into. There are more than 4,000 applicants for about 20 openings every two years. But go ahead, fill out an application.

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Astronaut
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Chocolatier

This job might be too much fun if you love chocolate. As anyone who has worked at an ice cream store can tell you, you get tired of ice cream after working with it for eight hours a day. The same might be true for chocolate, but it's a chance we're willing to take. A top chocolatier - who makes or sells chocolate " can earn $90,000 to $100,000 per year at Godiva. The average annual salary for all chocolatiers is $21,000. But if you've worked as a marketing or product development manager, you could still find jobs at chocolate companies and make $100,000 or more per year, and probably still get some free premium chocolate to take home. Or eat at your desk. Your choice.

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Chocolatier
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Magician

Entertaining people - by making them laugh or be amazed - especially when it pays well can be quite a fun j

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Magician
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Video Game Designer

Playing video games is fun, but creating them from your imagination could be much more fun. A degree in graphic design will help you get the job. Pay averages $46,000 a year for someone with less than three years of experience, going up to $70,000 a year with more than six years of experience.

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Video Game Designer
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Standup Comedian

It's a tough gig to break into, but making people laugh can be fun and profitable. If you're really good as a standup comedian, it can lead to making millions of dollars, which sounds pretty fun.

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Standup Comedian
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