Buzz·Posted on Mar 19, 2018The 18 Most-Interesting Jobs On Earth You'll Never Believe People Actually Get Paid To DoDon't quit your day job!by Morgan MurrellBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Train Pusher youtube.com Trains get soooo crowded in certain parts of Japan that people are actually hired to push customers onto the overcrowded trains to ensure as many people get on as possible. They also have the authority to kick passengers off the train if they think it's too full.If you thought riding the New York subway during rush hour was bad, imagine this! 2. Professional Apologizer Antonioguillem / Getty Images Although originating in Japan, this profession has spread to various places around the world. There are some airlines who've adopted the line of work. These apology agencies are used to deliver a heartfelt admission on behalf of an individual or company. The most common uses are for money and love.Prices vary based on the nature of the apology and the agency. A face-to-face apology can cost $240 and an email/phone call would be $96, while some charge $33 an hour for an entire shift. 3. Electric Shock Giver Viorika / Getty Images In Mexico, street vendors offer a special service to help drunk people sober up: an electric shock. Known as "toques" or a "hit," people also use it as a drinking game to see who can handle the most voltage amongst their friends. These vendors walk around with wooden boxes hoping to find a daring customer. 4. Chicken Sexer Franz12 / Getty Images Before you get the wrong idea, this job has NOTHING to do with bestiality. People in this line of work literally spend their days identifying the gender of baby chickens.In the UK, this job pays up to $61K a year. 5. Human Bed Warmer Yacobchuk / Getty Images A Russian woman is making money by rolling around strangers' beds to literally warm them up before they use them. She provides this service for hotel guests, charging $79 a night and $1,661 a month.But this concept isn't new. Various Holiday Inn locations in the UK have been providing this service since 2010. 6. License Plate Blocker youtube.com Due to the large population of people living in Tehran (the capital city of Iran), traffic restrictions have been put into place. In some areas, only emergency vehicles, private cars, and public transportation are allowed on the roads for a daily, weekly, or annual fee. In other parts of Tehran, only vehicles ending in specific numbers can drive on the road on certain days.In order to get around the rule and avoid a fine, drivers have begun to hire people to block their license plates from security cameras. Some ride on scooters, while others walk. A literal human shield, LOL. 7. Profesonal Mourner 120b_rock / Getty Images This practice dates back all the way to Ancient Egypt, but has also become popular in places like Asia, the Middle East, and the UK. You can rent a mourner if you're looking to fill the room for a funeral or wake. Perhaps the turnout for a funeral didn't go as planned, that's where this service would come in. 8. Human Scarecrow Kati1313 / Getty Images In Quebec, nothing pisses farmers off more than geese during their migration period. But some of them have prepared themselves with human scarecrows, to make sure these birds don't touch their crops. The professional scarecrows are armed with a gun that fires blank cartridges to scare them away. When the geese move, so does the scarecrow. 9. Breath Odor Evaluator Andriano_cz / Getty Images For humans, these select group of people get paid to smell bad breath from human mouths. They rate the odor on a scale from 1-9, one being the worst. This helps companies test the results of products like gum and mouthwash. After using the cleaning dental hygiene products, the testers smell the breath again and assign a new rating.This is also done with dogs. There are humans out there who get paid to smell dog's breath in order to analyze their teeth and diet. Categories used to describe dog's breath include sweaty, salty, musty, fungal or decaying. 10. LEGO Master Builder Ken226 / Getty Images You didn't think an amateur built that 17-foot-long LEGO Batmobile, did you? There are dedicated Lego artists, known as LEGO Master Builders, who spend their time creating masterpieces out of children's toys. Those lucky enough to get chosen for this position are said to make a starting salary of $38K. 11. Professional Safecracker Gearstd / Getty Images If you lost the key to your safe or just can't remember your secret code to your vault, don't worry, there's people who can fix that. Professional Safecrackers are skilled locksmiths who will unlock it for you. Using an electronic amplifier and other tools, these professionals can crack anything. They're hired by banks, the military, police, and for individual use. This service is commonly provided all over the world. 12. Paper Towel Smeller Eutoch / Getty Images A lot of paper towel companies prefer to sell odorless products to prevent any potential skin problems or allergic reactions for customers. To ensure their manufacturing company creates a scent-free product, Paper Towel Sniffers are hired to literally smell the product.Some of you probably already do the job at home for free. The annual salary for this job starts at $19K, but can ultimately end up reaching over $50K. In New Jersey, Paper Towel Sniffers get paid $95 an hour. 13. Wrinkle Chaser Vstiefel / Getty Images Shoe companies enlist the help of Wrinkle Chasers to make sure your footwear, bags, and sometimes accessories are crease-free. They use a special hand-iron or hot air blower to remove wrinkles from the inside and outside of your footwear.This procedure is performed after the shoes arrive from the factory and before they're shipped to the various stores. 14. Professional Cuddler Georgerudy / Getty Images Not everyone has someone to cozy up to when they've had a rough day and that's where this profession comes into play. Professional Cuddlers are hired to provide companionship through spooning or simple human contact.This business is booming in the United States. Some cuddlers are making up to $400 a night for this service. 15. Professional Face Feeler Peopleimages / Getty Images Also known as Sensory Scientists, professional Face Feelers are hired to test skincare products ranging from facial washes to razors. Using their tactile senses, they form an objective opinion on various consumer products. So basically, they get paid to touch the skin of strangers. 16. Ostrich Babysitter Creativenature_nl / Getty Images That's right, humans aren't the only ones who need to be carefully supervised. In South Africa (and other countries around the world), people are hired to ensure baby ostriches remain safe and in a secure area. They tend to peck each other in their early stages which can be serious, so a watchful eye is always great to have around.Zoos and wildlife preservations are typically the ones looking to fill this position. 17. Car Watcher Georgerudy / Getty Images Car Watchers or Cuida Carros (Portuguese) translates to "car care" in English. In parts of Brazil and Costa Rica, men are hired to watch your car so it doesn't get stolen, burglarized, or vandalized. 18. Professional Line Sitter Onime / Getty Images Let's face it, not everyone was blessed with the gift of patience and now there's people who can help take the edge off. If you're waiting in line for the release of a new gadget or preparing for crazy Black Friday sales, there are people you can hire to stand in line for you.This unique service is extremely popular in the United States and the UK.