Eating your way to a paycheck might sound like a viable career path if you're Anthony Bourdain. But for those of us without the culinary reputation and best-selling literary fame, there's always the option of using that hard-earned college degree to become a professional pizza critic.
Bath Pizza Co., a humble pizza purveyor in Bath, England, is offering one lucky and hopefully very hungry person the opportunity to work as its official "Professional Pizza Eater." The pizzeria promises "a competitive salary" and will even finance your travel to the town in the southern English countryside, because you can't put a price on the right expertise -- even if it lives on the other side of the Atlantic.
In its job listing, Bath Pizza Co. treats the business of pizza-tasting very seriously, writing: "The ideal candidate will be an experienced pizza connoisseur with a love for wood fired flavours" (sic). Don't think your love for Papa John's pepperoncini is going to score you any points either, as the job requires a "cultured palate," and the ability to critique pizza pies like you're Gordon Ramsay, albeit with a less crinkly forehead.