These top weirdest jobs on our planet may shock you dramatically not only because of their weirdness but also their daydreaming income.
Number 1: Vaccine tester
With the slogan “Get paid to have coronavirus”, it may make you shake your head to refuse this kind of job right away, but let’s how potential and attractive this job is.
Volunteers could be paid $4,588 for this experiment.
Do you wanna some effortless but risky income, here we go, The Queen Mary BioEnterprises Innovation Centre, London, is recruiting 24 volunteers for their study.
Volunteers will be injected with weakened strains of the virus once they have been chosen, which will most likely produce moderate respiratory difficulties. After that, a Hvivo-developed vaccine will be tested. Patients will be quarantined for two weeks to evaluate if the treatment is effective. The volunteers, or patients, will be required to adhere to a strict diet, avoid human contact, stop physical activity, and remain in quarantine. Doctors working on the research will wear protective clothes and use ventilators to measure their response to the vaccination.
To be able to conduct this study, there must be an agreement from The UK’s medicine watchdog – Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
Number 2: Golf ball divers
This job could earn between 50,000 and 100,000 dollars per year.
Do you like golf? Are you a fan of underwater exploration? If you answered yes to both, then we’ve got the profession for you. Though ponds and other water features on a golf course might not provide the most thrilling of underwater scenery, they are overflowing with your new livelihood lost golf balls.
I’ve had 90% of the people tell me I’m nuts. You’ve got to be a maniac to do this kind of occupation for every missed stroke on the fairway that ends up in the water. A golf ball diver gets a little richer because lost balls can still be reused. Recycled balls are a lucrative industry, it has an average of about 10 to 20 cents per ball with proper technique.
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Number 3: Crime scene cleaner.
Perhaps, more than any other job on this list, being a crime scene cleaner isn’t for the faint of heart. Not least, because you might see your fair share of them, also known as hazardous material removal workers, crime scene cleaners show up on a daily basis to fix the aftermath of things most people hope never to see.
Murder-suicide even decomposition after unattended deaths that means cleaning up anything from blood to viscera disinfecting the area, and sometimes helping families with the grieving process. At the very least, you can get paid a decent wage for it. It’s possible to earn $56 000 or more a year which isn’t exactly a princely sum but at least it’s close to double the national average.
Number 4: Animal masturbator (The top weirdest jobs of all time!)
This sound-like “adult” job kind of suitable for ones who have skills using the hands for interesting and somehow private jobs, isn’t it? Do you think you can fit this job? Let’s see.
If the fertility of an animal needs to be tested or a semen sample is required for an experiment, those animal sperm donors aren’t always in the mood to take the small plastic cup next door and pleasure themselves. So, the world obviously came up with a job to give them a helping hand. In many cases, these so-called animal masturbators show up with special equipment and extract animal semen manually with either an electric stimulator or simply by hand.
And, can you imagine the dreaming salary for this job: from $10,000 to $20,000 for ounces of horse seamen. Only the really pure bread horses though.
I don’t even know there is any saying like or I’ve just made it up that: Giving a hand is spreading the happiness – Hell yeah, satisfying animals. Well, you’re right, definitely, it’s me, no author said it.
Number 5: Fake Facebooker.
Creating a Facebook account under false pretenses is against Facebook’s terms of service. That hasn’t prevented some people from using sites like Fiverr and Craigslist to sell (or purchase) Facebook activities.
For example, A skilled computer genius might build several phony identities for a variety of purposes—posing as someone’s fake Facebook girlfriend, boosting someone’s Facebook friends, or even “liking” a company’s Facebook page—and then offer those services to anybody willing to pay.
According to a Washington Post story, the amount of money that dedicated fake Facebookers can earn is thousands per month. If this is not any kind of illegal, give it a chance. Why not? Right?
Number 6: Deodorant Tester
Have you ever wondered how deodorant companies test their new products for both sweat and odor reduction? The answer is really quite simple, a group of people undergoes a series of given tasks and exercises after applying the products, they sniff the sweaty armpits a few times and evaluate the product. This is clearly another job that requires you to have the right stomach or simply the matching fetish.
And if go on Google and search “How much Deodorant Tester can earn?” The top result will tell you the dreaming number of $114,500. Wow, save and protect our valuable nose right now!
Number 7: Mortician
Now, I say mortician here but, really, I’m referring to any job in the so-called death industry that could also include funeral directing and bombing or anything else in that area.
Often, death industry professionals have to ensure that the deceased are well prepared for their send-offs, which means treating bodies with chemicals to stave off decomposition (it involves draining blood from the body and replacing it with embalming fluid) or even doing their makeup ahead of the funeral.
But aside from the morbid nature of the work itself, being a mortician can cause some big problems in romantic situations. According to death industry workers who share their cry-laughing stories, many dates tend to be split between abject disgust and inappropriate fascination.
I’m not really sure which is worse, but, in a flowery and candle-light date, it’s not ideal to say proudly how you’ve just treated a dead body so nice and clean!!!
While it might not lead to your dream partner, it can lead to a handsome sixty-six grand annual salary. To be honest, it’s worth it, isn’t it?
Number 8: Face feeler.
$25 per hour, sorry, but face feeling just isn’t a skill that gets you a full-time salaried position if you’re willing to put in the face time. Though you can still make a nice side hustle out of it, what are you not already familiar with the face feeler profession.
Well, then, allow us to explain. Also referred to as sensory scientists, face feelers are trained and paid to comment on various cosmetic skincare and face-specific products in terms of viscosity, texture, and other effects on the skin. You’re not testing them on their own face though they are touching the faces of other participants to evaluate how these different products work on various complexions and skin types.
Number 9: Paper towel stiffer
Between $19 000 and $50 000 per year, well, there’s not much ambiguity to that position title odor testing is actually a fairly diverse field. Think about how many scented products are on the market, whether it’s a product designed specifically to release odor like an air freshener or a purpose-driven product for which smell is secondary like a cleaning agent, the aroma, consumers really care about this topic.
So, one of the most specific sniffer jobs to be found is in the paper towel industry where the goal isn’t to make sure that the product smells good but rather that it doesn’t smell at all before, during, and after use. Yeah, you’re not listening wrong, after use.
Number 10: Pet food taster
How many people out there would jump at the chance of getting paid good money to be on the cutting edge of culinary science? But, that offer doesn’t seem so appetizing when the food is made for man’s best friend.
That’s right, as part of the quality control Department, for pet food manufacturers, there are people eating dog and cat food sometimes for more than sixty-six thousand dollars a year, according to Philip. Well, at Lily’s Kitchen pet food, it’s to make sure the food meets the company’s exacting standards and has the appropriate balance of flavors.
Come to think of it, my dog does not tell me how the food is like, but that’s fine for someone who says he actually quite likes eating dog food. The problem comes from market research when he has to eat other brands that aren’t necessarily fit for human consumption.