1. Armpit sniffing profession
If you have a sensitive nose, then you are qualified to become an expert that deodorant companies look for for a job position… sniffing other people’s armpits. These people have to work in a room with high temperature and can smell up to 60 underarms for an average of 1 hour for the purpose of checking the quality of deodorant ingredients.
Depending on qualifications and seniority, this odd job can bring you anywhere from 19 thousand USD (more than 413 million VND) to 52 thousand USD (nearly 1.2 billion VND) a year.
2. The job of hiring a boyfriend
If you feel sorry for yourself because at this age, you still don’t have a lover, don’t worry too much, the boyfriend rental service will take care of it for you. This job is especially popular in Japan, where even a lot of legitimate companies have entered this lucrative service sector.
The price of renting a boyfriend varies depending on who you want, but it seems to range from 45 USD (more than 1 million VND) to 65 USD (nearly 1.5 million VND) an hour. During the “dating” time, you can hold hands, hug, but absolutely not have intimate actions beyond the allowed limit.
3. Employees are pushy
Japan is one of the countries that is extremely strict about hours, especially at work. Up to 8.7 million people in Japan use the subway to get to work, and to make it possible for everyone to get to work on time, the country must ensure the distribution of professional staff right away. at the subway stop. The job of these people is to cram the passengers so that the space in the carriage is used to the fullest.
Employees rush to work from 7 am to 9 pm with an average income of about 10 USD (about 227,000 VND) an hour.
4. Cry for hire
When a person dies, you are sure to see your loved ones mourning for them. But what if a funeral where no one wants to express their heartache? For these cases, many people are willing to offer custodial services. Crying “actor” is hired to attend the funeral and express grief at the passing of the deceased.
This is not only a famous service in Asian countries but also quite developed in the UK with an income of about 70 USD (more than 1.5 million VND) for 2 hours of “deep acting”.
5. Number plate cover person
Traffic congestion is always an obsession for Indians. To overcome this situation, the government here has issued a strange policy, only allowing cars with even number plates to circulate on even days and vice versa, to reduce the density of vehicles, thereby helping to make the streets more open.
A few sly drivers have devised a trick to fool government cameras by hiring people to cover up their license plates. It may seem unbelievable, but this is one of the fastest growing industries in India.
6. Professional earwax removal
It may sound hard to believe, but many people around the world can actually make a living as a professional ear cleaner. If in India, people get “cheap” earwax for only 30 cents (about 6,000 VND), then in Zhejiang province, China there is a whole “earwax street” with the price falling about 10 yuan. equivalent to 34,000 VND) for each ear cleaning. According to the “earwax artisans” shared, this is a job without investment costs and still ensures a stable profit.
7. Pet food tasting
Although owners always want their pets to eat delicious, full of nutrients, not everyone is willing to taste dog food. This is the reason why pet food tasting was born and became a dream job with an ideal income of up to 40,000 USD (more than 900 million VND) a year. The person testing pet food products must also make an assessment of the nutritional value, crispness, toughness, etc., according to the manufacturer’s requirements.