10 de los trabajos más raros

10 rare works

Many times we focus on traditional jobs in our quest lawyers, salesmen, construction workers, doctors, and other traditional professions. But there are other less common jobs that few know. The list encourages us to use our creativity in finding work, because even if you do not get a traditional job, there will always be alternatives in the labor market. To get this kind of work - or maybe you get paid for doing a Hobby- you must be prepared and find the place where they could offer these positions.

The important thing is to keep an open mind about the possibilities.

What I have not yet figured out is whether these jobs require a resume and a cover letter because I have not found any of them published in ads banks traditional work. I imagine what will be important is the job interview and the tests they must pass to enter peculiar professions.


Definition of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE):
(From mamporro).
1. m. Man who runs the horse member in the act of generation. It is a profession that, although not required diplomas or certifed, requires extreme skill in handling animals.

Pet food taster

Person engaged to try different flavors of foods marketed for pets. Usually they employed by large companies dedicated to market these foods. Naturally, a very refined taste buds are required.

Sexador chicks

The work is to separate males from famines when newly born. The worst part of this work: the smell that emerges in the "office".

Inspector dice

Given the high economic-risk -pérdidas involved have given defective in a casino, both given as manufacturers casinos employ the same people who check the dice before being put into circulation. If you are interested in this profession, the best bet would be to contact a manufacturer or even a casino to find out more about this unusual work.

Inspector eggs

Person opening the eggs to see if they are in optimal state to be marketed. It requires a knowledge of this food end and a subtle smell. I do not think that these workers get home eager to get a fried egg.

Inspector of condoms

Companies that manufacture condoms use quality control mechanisms to check the strength of the product. Although there is no person to be brought to perform such control, condoms inspectors are responsible for handling machines put condoms tested before going to market.

Inspector underarm odor

Deodorant manufacturers often hire people, with a sense of smell to smell armpits exceptionally volunteers and check the effect of deodorant. Although this work does not "smell" too well, it could become an option for people with an acute sense of smell.

Masturbator pigs

Animal researchers often require semen samples for fertility-related studies. While sophisticated techniques used in some cases for the extraction, in most cases still manuals for scientific sample extraction techniques used.

Professional thief

Reformed thieves or security experts often fill these mysterious works. Many department stores choose to hire these people to discover vulnerabilities and thus correct them before it is too late.

For a person to be considered proficient in the extract of things unseen, this may be a legal option to exploit that talent.

Snake venom extractor

Perhaps the most dangerous job in the list. It is to master a poisonous snake so that it can extract the poison-for scientific- research without the snake you can attack. Probably the most famous work in this field was William E. "Bill" Haast.

Sources: Wikipedia, Odd Jobs: Portraits of Unusual Occupations (Nancy Rica Schiff) , neweuropebusiness.com

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