Indians may bag the best job
Mar 04, 2009

Caretaker of Hamilton Island on the Great Barrier Reef is considered the “The best job in the world,” and the Australian government earlier received more than 34,000 applications and have short listed 50 persons of which 2 are Indians. Among top contenders are UK, Sweden, Russia, France, China, Greece, Ireland, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Kenya, Indonesia and Australia.

The two contenders who found their way to the list are

Australian government
Kim Jagtiani from Mumbai and Anjaan R J of Bengaluru. The person who is selected will be paid Australian $1,50,000 as salary which is around 50 lakh in Indian currency, for a period of six months.

Around 50 people from 22 countries were short listed and they include people from diverse profession like scientists, chef, radio jockey, actors, dance masters, physiotherapist, television journalists, adventurers, students and photographers.
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