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Weird jobs is a site which provides you with the information of weird and cool jobs all over the world.Here you will find some interesting and easy jobs which pays very high and you haven't heard of them before.

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Latest Blog Posts for Weird Jobs

  • Dog food taster: Would you like DOG FOOD?
    on Jun 28, 2014 in Dog Food Weird Jobs
    Only if pets could talk, people wouldn't have to taste-test cat and dog food. We love our dogs and cats but we never realize that somebody has to make sure their food must be tasted...Dog food taster! Sounds awful! But Simon Allison's job is to eat p...
  • World's sweetest job: Eating Chocolate for living!
    on Apr 25, 2014 in Chocolate Weird Jobs
    Sally McKinnon, 32, is a product development manager for Tesco. She buys and astes chocolates for the supermarket's seasonal ranges.Sally is one lucky women who actually tastes seasonal chocolates (as part of her job) and brings out special ranges fo...
  • Ghost Hunters – Real Job or Fantasy TV?
    on Feb 10, 2014 in Ghost Weird Jobs
    Everyone these days have seen the television series about ghost hunting and eradicating all the evil spirits from their homes. But do these actions really go on in our every day real life? Believe it or not, there is actually a small market of job...
  • Fortune Cookie Writer: What’s your fortune?
    on Jan 30, 2014 in Weird Jobs
    Everyone here at one point or another has eaten in or taken out Chinese food. Always at the end of the meal you crack open your little fortune cookie to see what’s in store for you or your future. Even though most people don’t believe the winn...
  • Coconut Safety Engineer: Knock out the coconuts
    on Jan 3, 2014 in Weird Jobs
    Many tropical resorts have a problem of coconuts falling from palm trees and hitting tourists who happen to be strolling around. To solve this problem they employ coconut safety engineers.So what exactly is a coconut safety engineer? You heard chemic...
  • Quality controller dice: The Dice perfection
    on Dec 20, 2013 in Dice Weird Jobs
    Even a small microscopic imperfection in the structure of the dice can distort the results of the game and bring someone unjustified fortune wins. Therefore, quality controllers, carefully examine the dice for physical or geometrical defects.Gambling...
  • Hoop Dance Performer
    on Dec 11, 2013 in Guest Posts Weird Jobs
    This is a guest post by one of our blog readers Sarah Maccarelli Jordan. I'm a hoop dance performer, kids' hula hoop dance instructor, & I teach women all over the world how to start their own hula hoop dance classes for kids with my onlin...
  • Paper Towel Sniffer: Paper towel earns you?
    on Dec 6, 2013 in Weird Jobs
    Have you ever noticed that when you use a paper towel it is odourless before, during and after its use? Well, this is not by accident, this is something that is done on purpose by paper towel manufacturers.This sounds like a made up thing but it is a...
  • Dog Surfing Coach: Teaching surfing to Man's best friend
    on Nov 22, 2013 in Weird Jobs
    These days pets are not just for your fun and safety, they are part of the family in all means. If you like to surf, chances are your pet might also like to surf. He deserves the fun in the sun too.In the water at Coronado Bay Resort & Spa in Cal...
  • Bed-Warmer: Getting someone’s bed warm?
    on Nov 5, 2013 in Weird Jobs
    Don’t get any wrong ideas here but a hotel chain is employing human bed warmers to help guests get a good night's sleep.If you like your bed warm and toasty right when you climb in, you could call on the service of a bed-warmer. Certain hotels actu...
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