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Dream Jobs: True Blue or Time to Wake Up?

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Although usually perpetrated by employers in an employees’ market, dream jobs occasionally surface during times such as these. You know, that killer job description that seems too good to be true. Let’s say that THERE IS JUST SUCH A JOB out there. And, since it’s such a friggin’ PERFECT JOB, the employer doesn’t have to pay the major job sites to post it – they just have to get the word out about it. Well, if you can grasp that, then you can grasp how is different. posts hundreds of thousands of jobs that employers aren’t paying us to post. In other words, if we don’t do it, who will? Nada. Nobody. Nothin. No where. They’ll all be on thousands of bulleting boards, internal memos, government job sites and everywhere else our hundreds of researchers find them, check them, categorize them and post them – for EmploymentCrossing members only. Throw in a free trial, and you’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain. And although it may not be that dream job, you’re probably ready for a change if you’re reading this.

Oh, and that dream job, it’s posted here, and here is a brief description:

Island Caretaker:


Duties may include (but are not limited to):


Feed the fish – There are over 1,500 species of fish living in the Great Barrier Reef. Don’t

worry – you won’t need to feed them all.

Clean the pool – The pool has an automatic filter, but if you happen to see a stray leaf

floating on the surface it’s a great excuse to dive in and enjoy a few laps.

Collect the mail – During your explorations, why not join the aerial postal service for a

day? It’s a great opportunity to get a bird’s eye view of the reef and islands.

The successful candidate will also be paid a salary package of AUD $150,000 for the six-month contract.

Seriously, is this employer going to PAY some job site to post this for you?

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Authored by: PRGUY222