It might seem like an impossibility to find a job that pays well and is easy to get, but it’s actually far more straightforward than it sounds.
Often, all it takes is to be in the right place at the right time, offering the right personality for the job.
While number one on the list might stink from time to time, number six can help you to lose weight! If you’re in dire need of a job, but you don’t want to have to do a lot, these 12 jobs are for you!
1. Garbage Colleсtor
Do you want to spend all day working outdoors, traveling, around, and getting paid for the privilege? Then it might be time to become a garbage collector.
While there’s no denying it’s not pleasurable to deal with trash all day, it’s an easy job that comes with an often-generous salary.
What’s more, you get to drive a big truck, cruise the neighborhoods, and enjoy the sunshine! However, it’s not all rainbows and lollipops; you do have to work long hours and carry heavy loads.
2. Corporate Sales Rep
If you’re a schmoozer and proud of it, then a job in corporate sales is for you.
Rather than have to do cold-calling or meet clients on the retail floor, you can sell products from your business to another, while benefiting from the generous commission, bonuses, and a salary of over $50,000 a year.
While a little sales experience can help, this role is ultimately about personality. You need to be able to entertain your clients while presenting the products to prospective purchasers.
3. Video Game Player
Is your YouTube channel one of the most popular around? Are you a keen gamer with a huge following?
Then you have a chance of becoming a paid video game player! How cool would it be to be able to sit and chill out in the comfort of your home, but get paid for it?
If you’re famous enough online, you can play a new video game before anyone else, while also having the opportunity to make millions.
4. Massage Therapist
Most jobs can be stressful; it’s a fact of life. But, if you’re a massage therapist, you can be in one of the most chilled-out professions while earning the big bucks.
Becoming a massage therapist not only gives you a trade to offer job satisfaction and security but enables you to feel stress-free on a daily basis.
You can then saunter all the way to the bank, in your relaxed state, to cash your $45,000 annual salary check.
5. Freelance Writer
If you pride yourself on being able to string a sentence together, then you can quit your job as a burger flipper and become a freelance writer.
The money you can earn is endless, with the work you put in equating to the income you get out.
Once you have established a regular client base, you can then pick and choose which projects you take on, while being able to work from the comfort of your home – or even your bed. The perks can be tremendous.
6. Dog Walker
Does your idea of heaven sound like spending all day with dogs? Then you can be in heaven sooner than you think – without having to die!
Becoming a dog walker enables you to secure an income while also offering the opportunity to hang out with dogs.
The best part is, you get to stay fit, lose weight if you need to, and get as many dog cuddles as you like. It doesn’t get much better than that.
7. Toll Booth Collector
Getting paid to do as little as possible sounds like a far-fetched dream, right? But it’s reality if you’re a toll booth collector.
If you can put up with all the excuses under the sun for not having the toll, as well as the small cramped room, you can make a real go of the career – even if it’s becoming more uncommon.
What’s more, for the privilege, you can earn as much as $60,000 and even a pension thanks to it being a government job!
8. House Sitter
If you’re tired of paying a mortgage on a home you never get to spend any time in, then why not sell up and become a house sitter?
You can then get paid to spend time in everyone else’s home while not having to spend a cent on rent or utilities. All you need to buy is your groceries, and you can be set until it’s time to move onto a new house.
While the income can be minimal, it’s all relative to the money you need to spend.
9. Pet Sitter
Pinch me, I’m dreaming. Want a job that’s easy to get, has a generous salary, and enables you to hang out and play with animals all day? Become a pet sitter.
All you need is a love for animals, a few references, and the jobs will roll in. While the income can vary, you are in effect, getting paid to move from house to house, caring for furry friends who offer nothing but fun, fur, and love.
10. Tour Guide
A lot of people prefer to live in the same town their entire life because, well, there’s no place quite like home.
With this knowledge of your area, you could put it to good use and earn upward of a hundred dollars a day – even more if you live in a tourist-dense area.
Have the gift of the gab, show people around, and before you know it, you can be earning far more than if you had a nine-to-five office job.
While you don’t get paid to read books in the comfort of your home, you can be paid to be surrounded by them if you’re a librarian. Help customers find something to read, catalog new and existing books, and keep the place tidy.
You get to surround yourself with the smell of new books while earning what can easily be a pretty penny.
While some people undertake training to become a photographer, for the naturally talented, it’s often not a requirement.
If you make a name for yourself by taking excellent photos, the jobs will begin to roll in quickly.
Being self-employed with a talent that not everyone has also enables you to set your own rate. You can charge by the photo, or even charge as much as $8,000 for a day of snapping pictures and editing them later on.
Getting a job doesn’t have to be hard, nor do you have to settle for a low paying job because you have no experience.
Be smart, have a great personality, and you can land a job that both pays well and requires minimal effort.
Even though mom and dad might be telling you to work hard to get where you need to in life, in reality, you just need to be able to work smart. You can then land a dream job that pays well.