You do what for a living? 7 strange hotel jobs

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    http://www.nbcnews.com/travel/you-do-what-living-7-strange-hotel-jobs-6C10820035

    With more than 52,000 properties, the U.S. hotel industry is a veritable job-creating behemoth that employs roughly 1.8 million people. That’s a lot of cooks, waiters and housekeepers — and, apparently, the occasional duckmaster, guacamologist or proposal coach.

    Yes, such jobs actually exist. For hotels, they provide an opportunity to forge a unique reputation; for guests, they add a touch of humor or personality to what is often a cookie-cutter experience. And for hospitality-job seekers, the following positions certainly beat washing dishes and scrubbing toilets:

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