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trending news worlds first pokemon master paid job
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The world's first "Pokémon Master" was selected from among thousands of candidates applying to Funzing.com earlier this month.

Ivy Lim, a 22 year-old from Singapore, who is a Trainer Level 23, and has caught only 121 characters so far, will be paid $1,000 a month for at least three months to catch Pokémon, train others, hold events like lure parties, teach secrets, and share her experiences.

Maybe she can help me figure out how to evolve my Pidgeys faster?



Check her out below:



...and go here if you want to up your own game in the meantime.


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Looking for a job? The Queen needs someone who wants to live on the grounds of the palace with occasional travel to Balmoral and Windsor Castle to wash the royal pots and pans. She will pay you a salary of £17,000 (equivalent to roughly $22,000). You will get 33 days of vacation a year.

You do not need experience (there is on the job training) but you do need to be a "team player".

You have one more week to apply!

banana decoration job A Man Will Probably Make $100,000 This Year for Decorating Bananas
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Davonte Wilson of Plano, Texas spends all day decorating bananas for 10 dollars a pop. He takes orders from his website Bananas Gone Wild.  He got the idea while working in a hospital as an electrocardiogram technician.  At the time, drawing faces on bananas was just an eccentric hobby but now he says he's on track to make $100,000.  If that doesn't make you question your life choices, take a look at his handiwork:



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Elski Felson wants a job at Snapchat, but instead of submitting a traditional resume, he created one using the app.

“Personally, I hate paper resumes,” he says in the video. “I don’t think a piece of paper can encapsulate anybody. So I decided to make you a ‘My Story.'”

He then goes through the requirements (presumably for this Community Support Specialistposition) line by line to prove his worth.

Watch him demonstrate that he is and expert spreadsheet wizard, multi-tasker and ugly selfie sender among the other qualifications listed on the page.

“I’ve been searching for a professional job for almost 8 months now. I’m totally fed up with the system,” he writes on Reddit. “Applying online over and over and hearing nothing back… it’s a disheartening crapshoot.”

Well hopefully Snapchat will catch wind of the video and at least grant him an interview for putting in all the extra effort.

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