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52 jobs .... in 52 Weeks

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 11:18am 20th January 2013

A Cornish man says he wants to take on 52 jobs in 52 weeks.

Matt Frost from Liskeard made the New Year's Resolution after a serious accident at work.

The 29 year old is donating all his wages to charity.

Matt told Pirate FM what he has got lined up:

"Everything from being a Cornish beef farmer to hopefully going out on a fishing boat, being a stuntman in London on a film set. It's UK wide so I'm open to offers from anywhere in the country and I'm willing to travel and go where the jobs take me.

Usually the first reaction is 'What the hell are you doing, this isn't the way things are meant to have worked'. But I've had lots of support from friends and family. I know this isn't for everybody but hopefully some people will see what I'm doing and potentially be inspired to try something out that they've held of doing. "


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