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Hire Me, Please! World`s Most Curious Professions


Demand creates supply. And when demand becomes wonderfully strange –there appear the most unusual professions.

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Think you gotta super cool job? Perhaps. You will reconsider your attitude towards this issue – just read in what unique ways people make money in the world!

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Professional mermaids

In the past few years in the labor market there appeared an unexpected trend, which is becoming more and more popular: women wear “mermaid tails” on their legs and swim in glass tanks for pleasuring sights of those who pay the money.

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They are a kind of hired mermaids and approximately 1000 people in the United States earn their living this way.

A man, who stands in line

Profession appeared in modern Britain. Enterprising people have learned that, according to the statistics, the Brits spend in queues a year of their life, and decided to create a company, which provides services for “standing in line”.

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A specially trained person for 40 dollars an hour will stand in line for you. Since the saying “time is money” is really relevant, using such a service is not a luxury, but real savings!

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Profession is quickly becoming popular in other countries as well!

Barking seeker of dogs

Imagine that you are a resident of Stockholm (Sweden). You bought a dog, but you don’t want to pay a tax on it. Then Tax Establishment sends an “intelligent search” pet professional.



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Specialist walks through the apartments and barks on 20 different odds. And 100% of dogs respond. The specialist determines the age of the dog and pedigree, and then writes the account to the owners.

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Penguins` lifters

These people work in Antarctica and save the poor birds that are lurking around on airplanes and fall on their back. “Fell-no rose” is about penguins, because, by their nature, these birds are not able to rise up themselves.



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Dresses` names giver

A man of this profession comes up with sonorous names for clothing from new collection – dresses, hats, unique shirts, suits.

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“Drops of blood on Garibaldi”, “Rice pudding”, “Dzhavaharlava”, “Seduction of Prince of Bohemia” and even “Hippie boy, take me!” – all that is his job!

NASA “lier”

28-year-old Drew Ivaniki earned lots of money in a very unusual way. In the year 2014 NASA paid him $ 18,000 – Drew just had to lie in bed for 70 days.



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It was necessary for the study of how being idle in space can affect the bones and muscles of the human being.

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Prostitutes` tester

Yes, in some countries prostitution is legalized. And in some enterprises in these countries, there is such a job – prostitutes` tester.



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You can guess what are his responsibilities: he checks their professional skills. Something like a recruitment manager, but much more interesting.

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A man-heater for beds

Since this year in England there was an unusually harsh winter, hotel chain Holiday Inn came up with a very unusual way to attract customers – they hired heaters for beds.

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As an additional service, customers can order a staff member dressed in a sleeping suit to heat a bed before the client will lie in it to sleep.

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Tester of elite beds

Student Roisin Madigan, 22 years old, receives $ 1,000 for sleeping on beds by Savoir Beds company, the company manufactures beds for luxury hotels.



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She describes her feelings about beds in her blog. Without a man testing bed is not full.

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Monkey man

Recently monkey-terrorists almost captured the railway station of the big city Lucknow (India). They attacked the passengers and prevented trains` movement. But salvation came unexpectedly.



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One of the locals Achkan Mian for only 7 dollars a day is running around the station wearing a monkey suit for the joy of children and misfortune of real monkeys. The latter become frightened and don`t attack the station anymore.

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Creases` straightener

In expensive shoe boutiques, there are people whose job is to watch that the shoes which buyers has tried on had no creases. They straighten them if needed.



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Artist of funeral services

You don`t know whether to laugh or cry. This is a modern, “updated” version of mourners. There was a profession in ancient Rus – they were invited to the funeral to cry, and to create a sad atmosphere. The word “artist” means that today the mourner will propose a “toast”, and a sentimental story, if necessary, something like “A man, who passed on saved my life!”.



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The prices for the services of such personnel are:

  • crying – 1 coin;
  • weeping with howling – 3 coins;
  • tearing crying with howling and falling on their knees – 7 coins;
  • sobbing with beating in breasts, tearing clothes and rolling on the ground – 20 coins.

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