High-Paying Jobs You Won't Believe Exist Today – Here's A List

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High-Paying Jobs You Won't Believe Exist Today - Here's A List

The following post went viral when a Reddit member inquired which careers were relatively unknown but lucrative. Thousands of individuals answered with unusual jobs they have or know about, and many offered details about the employment and how they got them. 

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1. Designer of teeth

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According to a Reddit user, he creates teeth on a computer using CAD/CAM software for dental laboratories. “I work remotely and do pretty well.” 

A teeth designer, also known as a dental CAD/CAM technician, is a qualified specialist who designs dental restorations such as crowns and bridges using specialized computer software. 

Another Redditor said, “My husband is a dentist, and his ‘luxury’ crown lab guy makes $$$…he’s super expensive to use, but his crowns are phenomenal.”

2. Ice Sculptor

“I once met a professional ice sculptor who made a killing at corporate events and weddings,” Reddit user IndependenceNo2060 said. It’s a specialized expertise, but the money is really good.” 

Weddings and corporate parties are typical venues for ice sculptures. Another user mentioned that the husband of one of their colleagues is an ice sculptor and chef. “They run a catering company. So they make money because he caters and also performs ice sculptures for a variety of events.” 

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3. Candle fragrance sniffer/beverage tasters 

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Loreo1964 mentioned that their sister-in-law is “the nose” for Yankee Candle. “When a vat of scented wax is ready, she sniffs it.” 

Other individuals added on, saying they knew official Heineken tasters or that they sample different types of food and non-alcoholic beverages for work. “I did get sensory training for beer as part of my undergraduate program,” user moodycats remarked. 

4. Producer of artificial flavors

“My dad was a master flavorist,” one Reddit user said. “He created artificial flavors for sweets, beverages, and a variety of other products. During his career, he made a LOT of money.” 

Another user, die_lahn, stated that they are an analytical chemist who reverse engineers flavours and that the job is extremely complex: “Finding out how you can make a naturally derived ie citrus flavor taste the same every time when you have to source your extracts and oils from different places in the world, at different times of the year, while the stock might be a different age due to supply issues can be a lot more complex than one might think.” 

5. Bat tracking device 

 An urban bat tracker is in charge of monitoring and investigating bat populations in urban areas, which entails a combination of scientific research and fieldwork. 

“My job combines science and solitude. I map their flight, study their behavior, and contribute to research that is critical for urban ecosystem conservation, armed with detectors that translate bat echolocation into something audible,” a Reddit user stated. 

“The salary is really good. It’s a specialized topic, and knowledge of urban animal ecology can be difficult to come by.” 

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6. Hand pollinators

 

A hand pollinator pollinates plants manually and is essential in the agricultural economy, 

“My Aunt and her daughter both do seasonal work as hand pollinators and harvesters,” Reddit user solarblack commented. Certain plants, such as saffron and vanilla orchids, have very short pollination or harvesting windows ranging from a few hours to a half-day. As a result, farmers require somebody who can work quickly and gently to hand pollinate or harvest these plants. 

7. Pine cone harvester 

According to one Reddit user, they formerly worked as a pine cone harvester: “A helicopter would cut off the tops of trees and bring them to us to pick off the pinecones, which would then go to tree planters to germinate and plant.” 

They claimed they were paid $35 to fill a five-gallon bucket, and that skilled pickers could fill two and a half buckets each hour. “But the sap getting all over your clothes, skin, and hair is very annoying and a big deterrent for most.”

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