Proper job! Matt Frost's quest for the perfect post sees him join the police
On his mission to undertake 52 jobs in 52 weeks, Liskeard born Matt Frost has been hitting the beat with Devon and Cornwall police.
So far the adventurous Cornishman has undertaken roles which include beef farmer, film stuntman and pizza delivery boy.
Working for the police was high on Matt's wish list, and this week he has been finding out what life is really like in the force.
Matt Longman, east Cornwall geographic support Inspector, said: "We have a great week set up for Matt. He will be working with the Liskeard neighbourhood team, the Plymouth control room, the public order and the evening and night time economy teams."
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Matt will be donating all of the money and wages he raises throughout his year of job hopping to the Prince’s Trust.
"This is a great opportunity for Devon and Cornwall Police to be involved in raising money for such a good charity as The Prince's Trust and at the same time support Matt Frost's challenge to work in 52 jobs in 52 weeks," Inspector Longman added.
Before undertaking his hectic year of job swapping Matt worked as a retail manager for a London shop.
Yet after suffering a life changing accident the talented 29 year old started to reassess his career.
Matt said: "The injury woke me up to the fact that maybe this wasn't what I really wanted to be doing with my life.
"I'm sure many people suffer such crises, but this one was more than the usual itch."
Matt was inspired to undertake his job quest after reading about Canadian graduate Sean Aiken who completed a year of job hopping between 2007 and 2008.
For more information visit Matt's one week job website.