Stand In Line Professionally
MIAMI GARDENS, FL - NOVEMBER 07: Some of the thousands of people are seen as they line up to receive assistance at a Hurricane Irma disaster center setup at the Hard Rock Stadium on November 7, 2017 in Miami Gardens, Florida. The disaster assistance is for those who lost food during the hurricane. Those who qualify are given anywhere from a few hundred dollars to more than 1,000 and can be used to buy food. The individual payment depends on the size of the family affected, storm loss and income level. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Of all the jobs that didn’t exist 100 years ago, being a professional queuer might one of the most surprising to have been created. And it is a real thing that now exists. Because one man, Freddie Beckitt of London, England, says he makes up to £160 ($217) a day just standing in line for people who don’t want to do it.

Beckitt tells The Sun that after three years of being a professional queuer he’s got standing in line for others “down to a fine art by virtue of being a Londoner.”

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