Top 10 Weird Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

Would you be able to do those jobs ?

Face Feeler








You probably think this is a made up job but believe it or not, its a real job. Face feelers test people who are using things like cleansing products on there face. After someone has used a face product a face feeler uses there sensory skills to judge the product that is being used. Face feelers are also called sensory scientist who are experts at feeling faces. Face feelers work a few hours a day and they’re paid around $25 and hour.

Golf Ball Diver







If you’ve watched golf you know that sometimes the ball is hit into the water. A golf ball diver’s job is to go and get the golf balls that fall into the water. Although this job seems easy, it can be extremely dangerous and you have to have strong muscle in order to drag a large bag of golf balls out of water. Golf ball divers dive into water that sometimes has Alligators and other dangers and they collect golf balls. Then they sell the balls or they return them to the golf course depending on if they’re independent contractors or if they are providing a paid service to a golf course. Being that this job is really challenging, golf ball divers get paid $50k-$100k annually.

Line Sitters









Don’t you hate when you go somewhere and there’s a ton of people and the lines are really, really long? The worst thing is when you have to wait in those lines. Luckily, you can pay someone to wait in line for you. There are many companies that will sit in lines so you don’t have to. This job sounds boring but you’re basically doing nothing and your getting paid loads! Some people have even made $1500 waiting in line for someone who wanted an iPhone. Line Sitters usually get paid $20 which is pretty good based on the fact that you are just standing or sitting around.

Personal Shopper










Most people enjoy getting clothes and shopping but sometimes it is hard to make decisions. Personal shoppers give advice on what you should buy. This may seem like an easy job but it can sometimes be difficult. As a personal shopper you have to form relationships with your clients and understand their styles. Freelancing personal shoppers usually make $65 an hour.

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