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Stanleybing.com readers sent in hundreds of bulls**t jobs. We've picked 20 favorites - jobs that are the most satisfying, lucrative and least useful. Here, in readers' own words, are the best bulls**t jobs.
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Director of implementations
In this job, all you have to do is set up a e-mail forwarder to your managers for all your e-mail. A co-worker sent this director a e-mail for an outside-of-work activity and got instantly an out-of-office reply for the director's managers. Then all you have to do is have your group cause issues and figure out ways to fix those issues and just write up how your group fixed all these issues.
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