I mean, that sounds like a dream job, don't you think?
Wolong National Nature Reserve in China has one of the coolest positions ever on their roster.
The reserve, known for protecting Pandas, get to snuggle with Pandas (and even sometimes dress as Pandas in the process).
China Daily shares that the home of the black and white beauties are looking for a caretaker, and the job description is as follows:
"Your work has only one mission: spending 365 days with the pandas and sharing in their joys and sorrows."
Seems easy enough, right? You must be at least 22, and have some basic knowledge about pandas, as well as having writing skills and taking pictures.
You also get an SUV in the deal as well, and receive meals and accommodations, and $32,000 salary, according to China Daily.
S'cuse me, I will need a plane ticket to China.
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