This comes from a May 20, 2014 article by Eve Nagy for Fast Company,
It pays less than most starting teachers’ salaries and has tougher odds than a position at Google, but don’t let that deter you from applying for this best of all the jobs: the Giant Panda Protection and Research Center in China’s Sichuan province has launched a worldwide search for panda cub caretakers.
You can get more details in a May 12, 2014 news item on ChinaDaily.com,
“Your work has only one mission: spending 365 days with the pandas and sharing in their joys and sorrows,” organizers said.
Applicants should be at least 22 years old and have some basic knowledge of pandas. They should also have good writing skills and the ability to take pictures, according to the recruiters’ requirements.
The campaign will also recruit eight panda observers for a free three-day trip to the Bifengxia base.
People can apply for the job at fun.sohu.com. Recruiting drives will also be held in Shanghai, Chengdu and Guangzhou and will last until July 15 .
You will need to be able to read Chinese or get very lucky when applying at fun.sohu.com.