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If you've just started university and you're looking for a part-time job, then you could do a lot worse than this one from National Rail.
The company has recently posed an advert for the totally made-up role of Chief Adventure Officer, but as well as the 'wacky' title you'll also get £10k and the chance to travel up and down the country for free.
Vlogging about your experiences is the only bit of this that seems anything like work, and because you get to choose where you travel and what you do, that won't be 'work' in the proper sense.
The role, which National Rail modestly refers to as 'Britain's ultimate part-time job', is open to UK residents aged between 16 and 25 years old as well as mature students who are eligible for 16-25 railcard.
To give you an idea of the kind of stuff you could get up to, National Rail suggests you could try trampolining in Snowdonia, surfing in Devon, eating a load of sugar at the Choccywoccydoodah shop in Brighton or going on the sesh in Newcastle (I added that last one in, but it would make a good vlog).
Anyway, if you fancy it you need head here to find out more.
Featured image credit: PA
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