Count them: 213 days to leaving the White House. After which, at age 55, Barack Obama will step down from his position as President of the US, unsure of what he's about to do next. Because, after all, he's been there, done that, right?

At a recent economic summit in Washington, President Obama joked, "In seven months or so, I'll be on the job market," according to The Hill. "And I'm glad I'm going to be here. I'm going to get on LinkedIn and see what comes up."

Earlier this year, while he wrote on the business networking site which Microsoft has just bought:

“My first summer job wasn’t exactly glamorous, but it taught me some valuable lessons. Responsibility. Hard work. Balancing a job with friends, family, and school.

"That’s the story of so many Americans. Access to a job in the summer and beyond can make all the difference to a young person – especially those who don’t have access to many resources and opportunities. Employment can also help bridge the 'opportunity gap' we see in the summer months, when young people tend to fall behind in educational achievement. Too often, those idle summer months are when they make mistakes that might get them in trouble with the law and set them down the wrong path."

Obama's crack follows his White House Correspondent's dinner, where he did a virtual stand-up comic act. Combine this with his mic drops and slow jams, and you have to keep asking whether Obama can get any cooler.