The Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has one of the best genealogy departments on the planet, so this job they posted on craigslist caught my eye and held it fast.
If you are interested in applying for the Genealogy shelver position, you must have completed the tenth grade and be able to shelve and retrieve materials stored in specific numerical or alphabetical order. Strong physical stamina is needed for standing, walking, stooping, and stretching more than 80% of the work time. [Link]I can do this! I've been putting books on shelves for years, and nobody stoops better than me. Sure, it only pays $7.98 an hour, and the commute from Maine will be a drag, but the free access to Ancestry.com during my lunch break will make it all worthwhile. I just hope my first day doesn't end like this.