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25 Odd Jobs that Make Good Money25 Odd Jobs that Make Good Money

Ever wondered how people end up in most unusual jobs? The reasons for taking up odd jobs could be many, such as making quick money, realizing passion or yearning to do something new and different. Sometimes these seemingly odd endeavors turn out to be great platforms for building personally rewarding professions. Not all such odd jobs can be good, some of them might leave you broke. However, your willingness to take the chances will help you succeed in the long run.

This infographic presents a list of 25 odd jobs that help in making good money. The best thing about going for odd jobs is that, they have very less competition. These jobs give the opportunity to make big bucks by offering services which no one else does. Read on to know about peculiar jobs and how much you can earn.

Pearl Diver
A risky job but you can earn $1,300 a day in Australia and at least $500 in America.

Voice-over Work
By lending your striking voice for commercials or cartoons, you can earn up to $80,000 per year.

Lipstick Reader
This lady can tell the personality and future of women by reading their lip prints in high-end tea parties. Yes, such a job exists! And they can make $25 to $50 every year.

Live Mannequin
This is the latest trend which requires parading with an outfit of your choice in stores. You get to live your modeling dream as well as earn $50 an hour.

TV watcher
Watching TV and giving viewer ratings is not only an entertaining job, but also pays you $25,000 as initial salary.

25 Odd Jobs that Make Good Money

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