Doing the same boring job every day and living with a mundane routine is something many people around the world feel, right? Would you fancy a switch from your current job? Well, as hard as they can be to believe, there are some really unusual, weird, but real jobs in the world that do exist. Curious to know? Read on.
10 Bizarre But Real Jobs That Exist In The World
A hotel in Finland hired a member of staff as a ‘professional sleeper’ to test the comfort of their beds. The individual sleeps in a different one of the hotel beds each night and writes a review about her satisfaction with each one. Also, last year, New York-based company Casper hired ‘Casper Sleepers’ who would also have to share their experience as ‘professional sleepers’ with others by creating videos in TikTok style when they were awake.
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2.Drying Paint Watcher
No, this isn’t a joke. Someone actually earns a living watching paint dry. A man in the UK currently has the job, and he spends his days painting sheets of cardboard to test how long new paint mixes take to dry and watching for changes in colour and texture. As per a Business Insider report from 2021, a man named Matthew Risbridger was working at paint developer and maker AquaTec Coatings in Wrexham, Wales, mentioning that I watch paint dry for a living. It’s never boring; there’s so much to look for.
3.Full-time Netflix Viewer
Imagine being paid to watch TV all day! Well for one lucky employee this dream has become a reality. Netflix had hired someone to watch all of their content before it is available to the public and their role is to review and assign each program its correct tag, which helps us viewers find exactly what we’re after, whether it’s a romantic crime movie based on classic literature or witty talking-animal TV show.
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Also known as subway pushers or professional pushers, this job belongs to Japan. In order to fit twice the number of passengers into a subway carriage, the stations employ uniformed staff known as oshiya, or “pusher,” whose goal is to cram as many people as possible into the train. These white glove-wearing people actually push people into the train so the doors can be shut.
Yes, you read that right. As per theundercoverrecruiter report, it is a tradition in Southeast Asia that a loud funeral will assist the dead as they travel to the afterlife, so professional mourners are hired to cry and weep loudly throughout the service.
Not for the lighthearted. The job of a snake milker is to collect the venom of poisonous snakes in jars for use in anti-venoms and other medications. Thank God someone’s brave enough!
7.Dog Food Taster
The dog food tester’s job is to taste new dog food products, including bones, tinned meat, and biscuits. They do this to test for flavour and texture in comparison to rival dog food brands and human food.
In order to test the effectiveness of new products, ‘odour judges’ are hired to smell volunteers’ breath, feet, and armpits. They make sure their judgement is accurate, and the members of staff have their sense of smell tested monthly. Let’s hope those products are doing the trick, for the judges’ sake!
9.Scuba Diving Pizza Delivery Man
If the fact that there’s an underwater hotel in Florida isn’t bizarre enough, to add on to that, they have a scuba diving pizza delivery man who supplies them with pizza by carrying them through the sea in a watertight case. What service.
10.Crime Scene Cleaner
As a crime scene cleaner, you will be required to manage a wide range of situations, from homicide, suicide, and hoarding cleanup to tear gas removal and communicable disease decontamination.
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