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Unusual Jobs

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Gabriela Rodrigues

on 15 January 2014

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Unusual Jobs
Around the World

How could "offbeat" be defined?
differing,
unexpected,
unconventional,
or unusual.
What's happening
here?
Popular job?
Unusual job?
Pet psychics are animal communicators.
Some reasons to have an offbeat job...
1) It pays very well!
2) Last resort...
3) It's a challenge!
Some reasons not to pick an offbeat job...
1) Offbeat jobs can be very dangerous!
2) If you've studied a lot, an offbeat job isn't for you.
3) Some people think that offbeat jobs are quite embarrassing.
Now, some examples of unusual jobs around the world.
What's
happening
here?
This is a Pakistan dentist on the street.
There are more than 13,000 illegal, unqualified dentists.
It costs USD 25,00 to implant a tooth.
What's happening
here?
Crime scene cleaners are usually stressed, and this job is dangerous and dirty.
Crime scene cleaners get paid about USD 75,000 a year.
What's happening
here?
Those are passenger pushers in Japan (usually very stressed).
Passenger pushers can push enough passengers into a train to exceed 200% of the train's capacity.
They earn about USD 80,000.00 per year.
What's
happening
HERE?
In this job, you get paid to stand in line at the hospital, school, or other places.
You get very tired and are paid to
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