Well, let's turn now to what could be the greatest help wanted ad ever posted. It's modestly titled the best job in the world and there are six openings. Tens of thousands of applications are already... See More
Well, let's turn now to what could be the greatest help wanted ad ever posted. It's modestly titled the best job in the world and there are six openings. Tens of thousands of applications are already submitted, so could you qualify? Abc's neal karlinsky has the story. Reporter: If you're dragging your feet about work this morning take a look at what we just found in the help wanted ads, six openings in a category described by the subtle heading, best job in the world. How about working here as the new chief. Reporter: The jobf chief funster has a heavy workload of fun on that drab and depressing island nation of australia. Have you considered working as a taste master. Reporter: That's right. There's also a punishing gig open for someone willing to tackle the burden of tasting food for a living in western australia. The pay's not bad either. Each job comes with a free jar of vegemite, oh, and a six-month contract worth $100,000. Reporter: The goofball describing it is the last man to win. Hi, I'm ben, otherwise known as the adventurous crazy energetic -- Reporter: Ben's 60-second video was plucked from 30,000 politics in 200 countries and soaked up every second of his so-called job but he's done now leaving the help wanted sign up on the best job in the world times six. We're looking for passionate people who can tell a great o are willing to soak up everything. Reporter: Sure, it's all just a publicity stunt for australian tourism but so what, the jobs pay real money and, oh, the weather doesn't look too bad either. For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle.
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