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5 Unusual Jobs That Pay Surprisingly High Salaries.

We all know that most doctors, lawyers, and CEOs make good money--but you may be surprised to learn that wedding planners, funeral service managers, food vendors, and personal shoppers can also pull in pretty good money, and what’s more, some of these jobs don't require you to sit in an office eight hours a day, five days a week.

Odd jobs can definitely bring in a good income, but often it requires a great deal of creativity, diligence, and a willingness to take risks, Certainly there are high costs to pay for the education and training required to become a doctor or a lawyer, but if you're a bright and hardworking person, either one is a pretty
straightforward path to success. There are more unknowns in the odd job road to success, and so a lot of people don't even consider these options.

To really make a lot of money doing these odd kinds of jobs, you need to be business savvy, have a dogged determination, and a good bit of luck. But you also might get to be your own boss, set your own hours, and have a slew of great stories to tell your children. Here are five such odd jobs that pay well.

1. Wedding Planner.
The wedding industry is now a multibillion shilling industry, with top professionals earning great money. There are even whole TV programs on Citizen TV and Samantha bridal show on NTV plus numerous magazines that cater to this industry. Wedding planners help prospective bride and bridegroom navigate all the difficult journeys of planning a successful wedding (mostly), on a shoestring budget.

2. Food Vendor.
Supplying lunch to companies is proving to be a lucrative business, as many employees are simply too busy to get out of their desks and look for restaurants. If one can provide quality meals at affordable prices, then they could make good money.

3. Personal Shopper
As a personal shopper for a busy professional, you will shop for items and charge a fee on the overall cost of the shopping. Some small companies are building their businesses around this business model, in addition to running small errands and paying bills like water and electricity bills, on behalf of busy professionals.

4. Funeral Service Manager.
Funeral service managers make money out of planning, directing, or coordinating the services or resources of funeral homes.

5. Food taster/ Beer taster. (Food Scientist)
As a food or beer taster, you will work for many emerging food processing companies, to ensure that the food is tasty, and conforms to customers’ expectations.

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