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From panda hugger to chocolate taster, these are the world's best jobs

How much do you really like your job? Do you tolerate it, plodding through the week and waiting desperately for Friday night so you can climb into bed and reunite with your beloved Netflix? Or do you leap out of bed each morning, excited for the day ahead and incredulous that you've managed to wangle your dream job?

Chances are that you're nodding your head at the first option – but why not grab one of these amazing real-life jobs before someone else does? We promise we're not making them up.

With everything from a panda cuddler to a beach tester (yes, it's a real thing) on offer, we're drafting our resignation letters as we speak...

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