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14 Unusual Jobs From Across the World That Actually Exist





There are tons of jobs in this world, though they greatly vary from one industry to another. Nonetheless, most jobs would require applicants to have a good educational background. Otherwise, it would be difficult for them to find a gig. Interestingly, there are jobs that completely demolish the traditional office setup. Some of them do not even follow the concept of 9 AM to 5 PM shift.

Elite Readers managed to collect some of the most unusual jobs in the world. And yes, they pay some serious cash. Check them out below!

#14. Professional Snuggler

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If hugging and cuddling are your favorites, then you can easily become a professional snuggler. The task is to simply hug people. From there, you can earn between $60 and $80 per hour. Cash and hug? It is definitely a sweet deal!

#13. Golf Ball Diver

If scuba diving is one of your hobbies – or you are fond of going outdoors – then apply for this job. Being a golf ball diver means being responsible for all the golf balls from the bottom of the ponds. You will have to collect all of them. Do not mind the dirt and algae, among others. Besides, you would want to earn real cash.

#12. Pet Food Taster

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Believe it or not, this job actually exists in real life. As the name suggests, it is your task to taste pet food. You will have to evaluate the flavors and see if the food passes the company’s standards.

#11. Bed Tester

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Now, if you are the kind of guy who loves bed and mattresses, then there is no doubt this is a dream come true. You will be paid to test a bed and see if it offers genuine comfort. Just remember: This job does not care even if you sleep during the process.

#10. Paper Towel Sniffer

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You might have noticed that all paper towels either smell delicious or have almost no smell. Actually, it not a coincidence. It is a rather a direct result from people who work as professional paper towel sniffers. They are in-charge in making sure that they do not have any undesirable smells. Do not get too excited because it is literally easier to get a job as a brain surgeon than this job, which might be one of the smallest job niches out there.

#9. Face Feeler

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Face feelers will be asked to work hand in hand with skin care companies. Although they will not produce products and sell them, it is their job to test if there is improvement seen.

#8. Line Stander

This one here is perfect for those who has the patience to undergo long queuing. Besides, the job will only ask you to stand there.

#7. Water Slide Tester

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If you want a little bit of adventure, then pursue a water slider tester career. You just need to use it to determine if it is safe and fun enough for you.

#6. Snake Milker

The poisonous snake venom can be used for many things, but the most important is its use in medical research. (It can also be used to produce “antivenom.” As a result, there is a high demand for snake poison every year. Snake milkers spend their days pushing snakes (certain types only) into a plastic container to extract or milk the snake. These true heroes literally save lives by milking snakes.

#5. Body Part Model

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Need not to worry here. You do not have to a good looking face and incredibly sexy body. But if you have attractive hands and/or feet, then this is definitely for you.

#4. Worm Picker

This is a very simple job that requires people to be in live with outdoors. Your goal is to be able to provide worms for those who go fishing.

#3. Stunt Tester

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Here, it is going to be quite different. Your role is to make sure that any disgusting food is going to be suitable for eating.

#2. Nude Model

It is true that revealing yourself to a complete stranger is deemed either illegal or intimate. Same as the aforementioned, you do not need to have a sexy body.

#1. Armpit Sniffer

So, you really think you have read all them? Well, not really. As an armpit sniffer, you will be working with closely with deodorant manufacturers.

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