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Unusual careers

solar scientist, meteorologist, oceanographer, geologist, ecologist, sanitary engineer, research chemist, city and regional planner.

by Martha E. Munzer

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Published by Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Professions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIllustrated by John Kaufmann.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ147 .M8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 142 p.
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5821797M
    LC Control Number61008130
    OCLC/WorldCa1299604

      Money: Like I said, not the best job in the world but the salary isn’t bad. Sewer flushers make about £45, a year. Crime Scene Cleaner. Shutterstock. Speaking about gross jobs, here’s another, which completes our list of the 20 weirdest jobs in the world. Crime scene cleaners do just that: clean up after crime scenes like murders. List of Unique Jobs. Unique jobs often require specialized skills not found in other career fields. However, these jobs exist in almost every field. A job like no other that's suited to your specialized skills could be right for you. Exploration the possibilities may have you dreaming about a unique job.

    Careers. 12 weird jobs you'll be surprised to know exist. Those are just a few of the weirdest jobs we found while compiling our list of the most unusual professionals. Nancy Rica Schiff's first photo collection was so popular that she published a follow-up collection in called "Even Odder Jobs." A popular theme running through both books is the plight of the product tester. Consider Daniel Raudabaugh, a handsome upstanding .

    This job is already taken, but take a look at our other roofing jobs. Chief Listening Officer. At £60, plus, a Chief Listening Officer is one of our unusual jobs that pays well. They listen in on social-media conversations about your brand – good or bad – to help improve products and services.   Other well-paying unusual jobs from her book: Cruise ship entertainer, ice cream taster, and human statue. “A lot of freelancers or people in creative professions want flexible hours, which often means thinking outside the box for money-making opportunities,” she says. Other people seek out unusual jobs because they’re tired of the 9 to 5.


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Unusual careers by Martha E. Munzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

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