The economy of the weird always provides. If you’re willing to shovel snow for 12 hours at a time, dress up like a mermaid, or “cook” PBJ sandwiches for kids, you can still have an income. Check out what else you can do in this week’s weird jobs:
1. Alaska: snow shovelers wanted
8 to 12 hours per snowfall, night and day shoveling,
2. Floating Teacher
Dynamic San Francisco Child Development Center seeking Floating Teacher to join a team of dedicated Child Care Professionals. Responsibilities include: engaging children in positive play, modeling respectful child-appropriate communication, helping children resolve conflict, working with co-teachers to design and implement activities…
Only naturally bouyant individuals need apply. Sinkers, go seek elsewhere.
3. California: FUN CASINO JOB
Now hiring responsible, detail-oriented people for FULL-TIME evening/night positions.
In the past few years, the gaming industry has exploded. Everyone is trying to find a career in one of the most interesting and exciting industries in California.
With perks like that, who needs an MBA?
4. Maui: Mermaid Models WANTED!
We are currently looking for Mermaids. For Inde FILM Projects. Calendars, Posters , Web etc.
We do Modeling Trade for photos and we Pay for larger projects.
* Compensation: We do Modeling Trade for photos and we Pay for larger projects. Usually $100 for 2 hours at the beach or waterfall. 1 hour to get into costume and an hour for shooting Film or photos!
Sorry, real mermaids. Labor laws prohibit us from hiring you.
5. Austin: Cook for daycare – Learning Center
Tic-Tac-Toe Learning Center is looking for a person to cook snacks and meals for our daycare in NW Austin. Great hours for stay at home mom 9:30 – 1:00 Monday – Friday.
Must specialize in ants on a log, de-crusted PBJ sqaures, and Tang.