A Zoo In China Will Pay You $32k A Year To Be A PANDA NANNY

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Drop whatever it is you’re doing right now. Write up that two-weeks notice letter and pack your bags for the Far East. The Giant Panda Protection and Research Center is hiring panda nannies. Yes. Panda nannies. That’s a real job with a pretty decent salary at $32,000 a year. It beats playing nanny to 45-year-olds who can’t figure out Excel for $32k a year. In addition to your salary, you’ll also get free meals, transportation and accommodations. I’m talking panda rich, here. That’s basically $32k in expendable income.

The GPPRC’s job description is this:

“Your work has only one mission, spending 365 days with the pandas and sharing in their joys and sorrows.”

Tell mom and dad you’re sorry the whole 9-5 corporate gig didn’t work out, you’re about to jet off to China to chill with some pandas, 24/7. They’ll understand.

I mean, even the website looks like the happiest place on earth.

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They’re accepting job applications through July 15. Get a move on.

[via China Daily]

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Brian McGannon

What do I love? I love happy hour, a good golf tan, and getting moderately drunk during dinner.

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