Five Unique Careers You Didn’t Learn About In Kindergarten

Unique Careers can be found just about anywhere

For instance, have you ever thought about becoming a submarine cook? If you have any experience in the culinary field, this might be a career worth looking into. *The country of Australia a senior submarine chef can earn upwards of $187,000 a year.The tradeoff for the great income is the fact that you will seldom see daylight being that you are several thousand feet under the sea cooking meals day in and day out. However, if you can afford to spend a few years offshore, you will certainly find yourself able to save quite a few dollars in this unusual career.

Job Interview Sign If you are a twenty something female, another unique career you might want to think about picking up is that of a shot girl. The **Wall Street Journal says that shot girls can bring home anywhere from $300-$600 a night! That is a pretty significant amount of money, especially in this economy. Working this job means you must have a fun and carefree personality. You will be working fairly long (and mostly weekend) hours, but at only two to three nights a week, you could supplement your day job with an additional $600-1,800 a week! Worth the try ladies? I’d say so!

An Exciting Career that is different is that of a Subway and Streetcar Driver

***Career Overview says that these operators can bring home anywhere from $31,200 to $57,200 annually. Not such a bad deal as long as you don’t mind driving the same route multiple times a day. This is a pretty solitary job, as you won’t get much interaction with other people throughout the day, but if you don’t mind having some time to yourself and if you enjoy driving machinery that doesn’t force you to drive all the way across country, this might be a wonderful career for you.

What other ideas do you have for unique, unusual and exciting careers? We’d love to hear from you


(*source: Forbes.com)

(**source: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704206804575467832767161628.html)

(***source: http://www.careeroverview.com/subway-operator-salaries.html)

Sierra
Sierra Martinez is a Marine Corps wife, mother of one and a writer. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communications and a focus in Public Relations.