There are thousands of different jobs out there. People need to earn a living to pay bills, support their families, or do things they enjoy.
What would you consider a normal, average everyday job? Perhaps an accountant, customer service representative, teacher, or auto mechanic come to mind.
But what about the strangest or most unusual jobs? Do you know someone whose job description couldn’t fit into the definition of average?
Ready to learn about 4 of the most usual jobs? Let’s get started.
This title may sound confusing at first. You may not know what to think. Chicken sexers tell chickens apart by their sex and separate them accordingly.
Looking casually at female and male chicks, you cannot tell them apart. Hatcheries use the help of professionals to weed out the males – ultimately separating the eggs from the chicken meat.
In recent years, professional cuddlers offer “cuddling” sessions to clients. It’s meant to be a relaxing and therapeutic process.
Participants are completely clothed, and lay next to each other, or hold each other, to cuddle. Sessions are intimate, but not sexual in nature.
Japan was one of the first places to introduce this idea and even has its own cuddle café.
Pet Food Tester
Have you every opened a can of cat or dog food and thought the look and smell were equally unappealing?
Well, there are people that smell and taste pet food professionally to ensure smell and taste quality. Your pets have them to thank.
Snake milking is a dangerous job; however, a snake’s milk is in high demand. We use it to create antivenoms to cure snake bites, among a wealth of other things.
Snake milk is considered an elixir that can be used to create many different treatments, and used in many different ways.
But someone has to collect that snake milk – a process that involves carefully exposing a snake’s fangs and milking its venom by hand.
What’s the strangest job you’ve ever had? Do you have any additions to the list?