Forget about the funny pages. If Kay Powell wrote for your paper, you dove straight into the death notices.
Conservation officers for New Mexico’s Department of Game and Fish may get to cuddle a bear cub every once in a while.
The Wienermobile isn’t the only evocatively named (and shaped) food-branded vehicle cruising around the country.
Paleographers know exactly why your dog might get weirdly excited if you whip out a medieval manuscript.
Park rangers make up just a fraction of the 22,000 people employed by U.S. National Parks. Here are some unexpected jobs offered by the service.
If you lost your wedding ring, a metal detectorist in The Ring Finders's vast, global network might be able to help.
The Chicago-based women name about 200 generic drugs per year, and the naming process is very scientific … sometimes.
Getting paid to simply hang out by the pool this summer sounds like a job that's too good to be true. But Hotels.com is looking to pay one lucky "Poolhop" $10,000 to do just that.
Reynolds Wrap is holding a contest to find a new Chief Grilling Officer to travel the country and sample barbecue ribs.
When the new intern at the Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu isn't caring for the resort's turtles, they'll be dining and snorkeling for free.
The island's new head horticulturalist will receive lodging in a Victorian terraced house with views of the famous castle.
The "Color Explorer" will attend a music festival, go kayaking in Canada, and take a stroll down Charleston's Rainbow Row.
Do you have dairy farming experience and 25 to 35 cows ready to travel? You may be the perfect candidate for this job.
Could you eat chocolate all day? Are you counting down the days until Cadbury Creme Eggs return? Are you neither dieting nor lactose intolerant? Then this is the job for you.
New residents can work remotely, or take over one of the closed businesses in town.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile has had many navigators over its 84-year history. Now they're looking for a new generation of 'hotdoggers' to get behind the wheel of the iconic ride.
And the ones that do get their dream jobs aren't always happy about it.
You must be willing to keep operating the East Brother Light Station as a bed and breakfast.
Every year, the world's best Santas visit Michigan's to attend the "Harvard of Santa schools."