How many can say that they have the best job in the world? Well, one man might qualify.
Britain's Ben Southall has won "The Best Job in the World" contest.
For the next six months, he will be the sole caretaker of Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
His office will be a plush three-bedroom oceanside villa with a private pool and his duties will include exploring untouched islands and reefs and writing about them.
Australia's Tourism Department will pay him more than $100,000 for his trouble.
Southall beat out 35,000 applicants for the job.