People interviewing for the world’s toughest job (with a twist at the end):

"Director of Operations at Rehtom Inc.

• Standing up almost all the time
• Constantly exerting yourself
• Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week
• Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary
• No vacations
• The work load goes up on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and other holidays
• No time to sleep
• Salary = $0

Refugees queue to receive food supplies in the besieged Palestinian camp of Yarmouk in Syria. A United Nations official is calling on warring sides in Syria to allow aid workers to resume distribution of food and medicine in the district of Damascus. The call comes as the UN secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, urged the Syrian government to authorise more humanitarian staff to work inside the country, devastated by its three-year-old conflict

Photographer: UNRWA/AP

Refugees queue to receive food supplies in the besieged Palestinian camp of Yarmouk in Syria. A United Nations official is calling on warring sides in Syria to allow aid workers to resume distribution of food and medicine in the district of Damascus. The call comes as the UN secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, urged the Syrian government to authorise more humanitarian staff to work inside the country, devastated by its three-year-old conflict

Photographer: UNRWA/AP

ericaschroeder:

On October 31, 2011 I stumbled upon a sea of Cambodian children by the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh. They were celebrating the 20th anniversary of retired King Norodom Sihanouk’s return from exile and his 90th birthday. The last two photos sort of convey how many uniformed children there were. I mean, they were pretty much all you could see! -Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2011)

©Erica Schroeder

jewist:

The rare beauty found within Google street view. It is not often when browsing through Google street view that you come across anything of real beauty but Aaron Hobson has found some rather rare examples of what the Google car cam has caught while traveling around the world.
1. Capetown, South Africa
2. Dearagon, Spain
3. Inverallochy, Scotland
4. Prejmer, Romania
5. Route 17, South Africa
6. Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Grave, France
7. Sao Joao Del Rei, Brazil
8. Saska, Czech Republic
9. Viviens, France

soulbrotherv2:

9-Year-Old Nigerian Becomes World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Specialist

BY LIANE MEMBIS
He’s a Nigerian. And he’s only 9-years-old.
Jomiloju Tunde-Oladipo recently became one of the world’s youngest certified Microsoft Office Specialists for Office Word 2010, the Nigerian Tribune reports.
Jomiloju, a primary student at Role Model School in Lagos, broke the record of a fellow Nigerian student Seyi-Ojo Anjolaoluwa who became a Microsoft certified professional at the age of 10.  [Continue reading at Clutch Magazine.]

soulbrotherv2:

9-Year-Old Nigerian Becomes World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Specialist

BY LIANE MEMBIS

He’s a Nigerian. And he’s only 9-years-old.

Jomiloju Tunde-Oladipo recently became one of the world’s youngest certified Microsoft Office Specialists for Office Word 2010, the Nigerian Tribune reports.

Jomiloju, a primary student at Role Model School in Lagos, broke the record of a fellow Nigerian student Seyi-Ojo Anjolaoluwa who became a Microsoft certified professional at the age of 10.  [Continue reading at Clutch Magazine.]