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Best Job In The World

There is a man in Los Angeles who has one of the best jobs in the world. He has what most people would have to consider as the ideal job. The perfect job.

What makes his job so perfect?

Own boss
He is his own boss. He reports to no one, takes no meetings and can give himself a raise when he wants one. He works part-time, works very few hours a week, and does not have to work weekends.

Works at home
He works at home. He has no office, no overhead, no employees. He has no commute. He does not have to travel. He does no physical labor. He is not in sales; he does not have to talk to anyone, in person or on the phone. He can do his work from practically anywhere on the planet and can take a vacation anytime he feels like it. He does not manufacture anything, has no physical inventory to warehouse, and does no shipping.

No experience necessary
His job did not require a college degree or prior training or experience, there was no job hunting, no job interviews, no probation period, no relocation, no new clothes to buy and he cannot be fired, laid off, downsized or forced to retire.

Easy work
The work itself (what little there is of it) is fairly simple, non-technical and requires mostly just basic knowledge and plain common sense. He says that what he does for a living is not really "work", it's more like a professional hobby, one that carries a lot of prestige and commands a great deal of respect.

High income
He makes money without working. This year he is looking forward to a six figure income.

This man has one of the best jobs in the world. This man has the ideal occupation. This man has one of the best money making "hobbies" I have ever seen! And he is very happy with his income. He is a very lucky person. I know, because that lucky person is me!

Submitted by:

Alan Korber

Alan Korber has the best job in the world. If you want to know what he does, and how he does it, visit his website at http://akorber.com/home


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