When so many people are having a hard time holding onto one job, it’s all the more shocking to see this man line up position after position.
But jumping to a new job every week is just part of Daniel Seddiqui’s plan to travel the country, learn about different cultures and develop respect for what other people do on a daily basis. Seddiqui holds each job for only seven days, and they usually symbolize a state’s most famous industry.
So far, he’s been a corn farmer in Nebraska, a wedding coordinator in Las Vegas, Nevada and a logger in Oregon, among many others.
Seddiqui’s nearly halfway done with his quest — last week, in his 23rd leg of the journey, he tackled cheese-making in Wisconsin.