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While you're sat
dreading going to work, and the prospects of crunching those numbers or looking
through those spreadsheets, your mind may well drift to career alternatives.
Ideally, of course, none of us would ever clock on again. But not all of us are the sort of fucking lucky bastards to have won the lottery or have parents with the bankroll to finance a small country.
A career change is always an option but what to do? Remember the teacher who quit her job to become a Pokémon Go trainer? It might have given you an idea.
Well, bad news, you might have to consider that job the bloke from the recruitment agency keeps trying to punt on you because your dream role is gone.
A Pokémon Go job has been up for grabs in Singapore and the hiring company, events listing site Funzing, have made their appointment after considering 5,000 worldwide online applicants, according to Yahoo!, and they have appointed 22-year-old Ivy Lim.
Image Credit: Ivy Lim Instagram
We're bloody jealous! And, to make us even more envious, the successful applicant has got the job having previously been a freelance model and DJ, which sounds pretty cool anyway.
Ivy will be helping Funzing as a Pokémon Go Master. She will organise Pokémon events, show people how to play the game and will be paid S$1,000 (£557) per month for her three-month contract.
It might not be massive bucks but think about that job satisfaction. And Ivy is already well into the swing of things.
Ivy is already a master on the game so I guess we have to say fair play.
And it also sounds like she is looking forward to starting. She told Yahoo Singapore!: "I didn't know that the job of Pokémon Master exists.
"I have always wanted to train alongside with friends to catch Pokémon in real life, just like in the Pokémon shows."
So, as we've said, fair play. But we are STILL massively jealous!
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