Final days for ‚Best Jobs in the World‘ entries

Key facts

  • With the closing date just a week away, potential candidates for Tourism Australia’s ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition are being warned not to leave it too late to upload their video entry.
  • Applicants have until April 10 to submit a 30 second video and convince the judges why they should be considered for one of the six dream jobs – Wildlife Caretaker, Chief Funster, Park Ranger, Taste Master, Outback Adventurer and Lifestyle Photographer.

    Zdroj: www.australia.com

    Zdroj: www.australia.com

Key quotes

  • „There has been a huge amount of interest in these jobs and the competition is strong. But this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and your application cannot be judged without a video, so it’s worth taking that extra time to submit your clip.“ Andrew McEvoy, Managing Director, Tourism Australia
  • „Closing date for video entries is April 10. Don’t forget, you have to be in it to win it.“ Andrew McEvoy, Managing Director, Tourism Australia

Full story

With the closing date just a week away, potential candidates for Tourism Australia’s ‘Best Jobs in the World’ competition are being warned not to leave it too late to upload their video entry.

Applicants have until April 10 to submit their 30 second video and convince the judges why they should be considered for one of the six dream jobs – Wildlife Caretaker, Chief Funster, Park Ranger, Taste Master, Outback Adventurer and Lifestyle Photographer.

Tourism Australia Managing Director Andrew McEvoy said would-be applicants shouldn’t be deterred by the number of people who have already expressed interest in the jobs.

“There has been a huge amount of interest in these jobs and the competition is strong. But this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and your application cannot be judged without a video, so it’s worth taking that extra time to submit your clip.

“Closing date for video entries is April 10. Don’t forget, you have to be in it to win it,” he said.

More than half a million (515,000) expressions of interest have been submitted by nearly 300,000 individuals from 196 countries, with the most popular job globally being Wildlife Caretaker, followed by Chief Funster and Park Ranger. More than 10,000 videos have already been submitted, with a surge of late entries expected in the last few days of the competition.

Brits and Americans have proved most keen for a shot at one of the six dream jobs (both with more than 75,000 applications), followed by Italians (60,000), French (54,000) and Australians (36,000).

Applications and videos can be submitted at www.australia.com/bestjobs or through www.facebook.com/AustralianWorkingHoliday.

The ‘Best Jobs in the World’ campaign is supported by Destination NSW, Tourism Northern Territory, Tourism Victoria, Tourism Western Australia, Tourism and Events Queensland and South Australian Tourism Commission.

In addition a number of key commercial partners are supporting the campaign, including Virgin Australia, STA Travel, Citibank, DELL, IKEA, Sony Music and Monster.com, who have created an online ‘jobs board’, advertising temporary jobs within the Australian tourism industry aimed at travellers visiting the country under Australia’s WHM program.

3 April 2013, Australia

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