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6 Weird Jobs Can Help You Earn Surprisingly Well

| Published on January 20, 2021

Finding the right job as per your capabilities has never been an easy task. Moreover, finding a job that you love is another task. Only a few people in the world have the privilege of earning from something they enjoy doing every day.

But then there are some jobs that just sound weird but can actually prove to be high in earnings.

Today we bring you such job titles that you may not have heard of before but actually have a lot of market for. Surprisingly, they can even help you earn more than any other job in an MNC or any leading field.

1. Instagram Influencer

According to a 2018 Vox report, the average influencer can take home anywhere from $30,000 to $100,000 per year by promoting products like clothing, food, hotels, and even vitamin supplements on their pages. Users with more than 1 million followers can make more than $100,000, or even up to $250,000, per sponsored post.

2. Ice-Cream Taster

With the right training and educational background, a food scientist can earn an average salary of approximately $60,000 a year, according to PayScale data, and ice cream taster salaries can range anywhere between $40,000 and $100,000 a year, according to Extraordinary Jobs in the Food Industry.

3. Horse Exerciser

The average Horse Rider/Exerciser salary in the United States is $57,514 as of December 28, 2020, but the range typically falls between $47,794 and $71,050. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

4. Music Therapist

CareerExplorer mentions that the average salary for music therapists is actually $48,220. The discrepancy is probably because $55K is for mid-career salary and $48K is an average for all music therapists.

5. Golf Ball Diver

A golf ball diver usually earns from $50,000 to $100,000 a year. Golf Ball Divers scoop up the misdirected balls so they can be cleaned and sold to other self-punishing Golfers.

6. Professional Bed Warmer

In 2017, a woman named Viktoria Ivachyova has become the world’s first professional bed warmer, charging £65 per night to lay in a stranger’s bed. Viktoria Ivachyova lends a hand to people who want their bed to be warm as soon as they get into it at night, by renting her professional bed warming services.

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