You Can Help Her Get Best Job in World
A Connecticut woman is a finalist for the best job in the world contest.
A Bethlehem woman hopes to be the one to “Good Day from Down Under.”
She applied for the position of “Island Caretaker” from Tourism Queensland
, along with 34,683 other applicants from around the world.
The job pays $150,000 Australian, which converts to $98,820 in U.S. dollars.
So what makes Sandra Crane
a good fit for the job, the UConn student says she's a 6th semester marketing major and she wants to become a marketing manager of a travel agency when she graduates.
Crane studied abroad at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia in fall 2007. And, she's certified in SCUBA.
It is a six-month gig that begins on July 1 and ends on Dec. 31. The lucky chosen on will get a schedule of events and activities during their stay on the islands of the Great Barrier Reef. They’ll report their impressions of the experience in a weekly blog, video diary and photo gallery, the Daily Campus reports
This week, Crane will fly to Los Angeles for a series of press events. Next week, Tourism Queensland
will select the finalists.
The applicant who receives the highest number of votes by 11:59 p.m. on March 24 will receive the 11th Wild Card spot and take part in the final interview event.
shows hanging out in the snow in a bikini and vest and her doing scuba.