They’re probably not to everyone’s taste, but believe it or not, these are actually real jobs done by real people.There are so many people out there who are a bit bored and not satisfied with their current jobs, why not try out these jobs? Or try to love your current one cos some of the following jobs might make you astonished.
Armpit sniffers ‘odor judges’ mostly work for deodorant companies, they have to poke their noses on people’s armpits breath and feet to test odor-fighting powers and also figure out how effective is the deodorant. They make sure their judgment is accurate, the members of staff have their sense of smell tested monthly.
Full-time Netflix viewer
Getting paid to watch TV all day sounds fun, but what’s the purpose of it? These viewers are the ones responsible for reviewing and assigning the appropriate tag for a movie which in return viewers can find what they are looking for, whether it’s a romantic crime movie based on classic literature or witty talking-animal TV show.
Pet food taster
Yes, some people get paid to taste pets food, they have to make sure our animal friends are feeding on nutritious and delicious meals, they also evaluate the flavor and the quality.
Japan is amongst the most hardworking nations and it has to make sure everyone gets to work on time. The nation has employed people to push others in the train until the train doors are closed.
Paper towel sniffer
If you are the person who pays attention to things, you might have noticed that some toilet papers don’t smell at all while others have a pleasant smell. The manufacturers make sure that no stone is unturned to make sure the paper towel has no foul smell before and after use.
Water slide tester
The main obligation of a water slide tester is to make sure the water slide is safe for use, it might sound fun just playing around in the water but it takes a lot to make sure the adult is safe to use it and the kids will have fun in it.
It is a tradition in South East 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.