Michael Jackson is going for a new job as a business consultant.
The eccentric singer could be taking a position advising investors on setting up projects like theme parks and music academies Bahrain.

AAJ Holdings Ltd., owned by Bahraini businessman Ahmed Abu Bakr Janahi, said it wanted to hire the 47-year-old.

A statement from the company read: "Stagnant architectural structures need content in the form of entertainment to revive them and that's where Michael Jackson will play an integral role."
The singer has been residing in the Middle East since being cleared of child sex abuse allegations last year.

In his last known visit to Dubai, in November, he was seen checking out some of the world's priciest real estate developments.

His host at the time, Emirates champion rally driver Mohammed bin Sulayem, said Jackson was considering buying property there.

Michael Jackson's publicist has also revealed he is finalizing his Hurricane Katrina relief song.

Artists including Keisha Cole, Ciara, Snoop Dogg, Babyface and R Kelly are among those involved with the song, 'I Have This Dream', according to reports.