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Dirty Jobs with High Pay

These are the dirty jobs with white collar payouts, It is a common misconception that you will be paid well only if you are a businessman, lawyer, broker and in general, if you wear a fancy suit and expensive shoes. Your Phd is definitely a plus when it comes to salaries, but you should know that education isn’t the only thing valued when it comes to high-paying jobs. Sometimes, you simply need to roll up your sleeves and get dirty.

CRIME SCENE CLEANER

CRIME SCENE CLEANER

First our list of Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Crime Scene Cleaner, Let’s start by saying: This needs to be done too. The fact is that the job is dirty, stressful and probably not for you if you get too emotional, or you get nausea when you see blood or intestines. However, the other side of the job is that is paid by the hour and you can earn about $75,000 a year, and even more if you have a college degree. So, it is up to you to decide if a salary this high is worth the risk of developing stress and emotional disorders.

COAL MINER

Second on our list of Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Coal Miner, Not only is being a coal miner a dirty job, it is also one of the most dangerous jobs on the planet. When you take into account the risk of explosions due to the presence of methane, getting dirty all over is the least of your concerns. However, coal dust that contaminates everything including the air can get into your lungs and you can develop the condition known as black lung which causes emphysema and shortness of breath. And you thought a little bit of filth can’t hurt you. Yet, besides all the risks, the amount of money you will earn is alluring. In regions where coal is a huge industry, you can easily earn around $68,000 per year.

GARBAGE COLLECTOR

GARBAGE COLLECTOR

Third on our list of Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Garbage Collector, To be honest, it is unimaginable that anyone could enjoy this job. We all avoid taking the trash out and walk around the trash cans in full circle. We never bother thinking about the fact that the garbage has to be taken away and someone actually has to do that. And garbage collectors don’t only have a hard time doing their job because of all the trash, the stench and the filth; they also have to work in rain, sleet, snow, extremely cold and extremely hot weather. And there is no chance of washing hands during the shift! Aside all this, many people do this job and since they simply couldn’t be doing it out of pleasure, there must be something else that’s so alluring… You are right, it is the salary. An average garbage collector’s annual salary can be up to $53,000.

GASTROENTEROLOGIST

GASTROENTEROLOGIST

Fourth on our list is Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Gastroenterologist, Yes, they are doctors. And it is a much respected profession. However, it is really hard to respect someone whose job is to take a close up look inside you. We are talking about making an inspection of people’s digestive tract and everything that happen to be inside of it. Gastroenterologist, or the GI doctor is specialized in that shameful process of the body’s digestion. We all tend to avoid taking about our digestive problems, since for most of us, it is embarrassing and extremely uncomfortable. It can be a pain in the rear, or a problem with gas or abnormal stools. Anyhow, this doctor’s job isn’t easy or pleasant at all. And why would anyone go through that much torture only to become a full-fledged doctor who again goes through torture daily? Of course, the salary, which can be up to $400,000 a year.

PLUMBER

Plumber with a toilet plunger. The worker

Fifth on our list of Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Plumber, Plumbing is one of the greatest advances of modern society because it contributes to our everyday lives in a way that was once unimaginable. Nowadays, we simply get hot or cold water, as desired, and after we use it, it simply goes somewhere, and we don’t have to bother thinking about it. However, it will sometimes occur that pipes get clogged or there is a leak, and it is then that we realize how important plumbing actually is. And when you call a plumber, you can’t miss to notice how dirty their job actually is. They have to go under sinks or crawl under houses. But that’s not too bad when you take into account their annual income of around $50,000.

According to this research, doing dirty jobs can really pay off. For that reason, if you are thinking about changing your profession, have in mind the jobs listed above that might seem unattractive, but can be extremely profitable.

Crab Fisherman

Crab Fisherman

Sixth on or list of Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Crab Fisherman, This is not always a dirty job but it is rather dangerous. If you have ever seen the popular television show “Deadliest Catch” you have seen the perils that these brave souls face. The conditions that they live and fish in are not always pleasant, they often work 21 hour days and it is always dangerous. If you are experienced as a crabber you can make an average of $60,000 a year even though you only work a few months out of the year doing it.

Sewer Inspector

Sewer Baiting

Seventh on our list of Dirty Jobs with High Pay is Sewer Inspector: Rats, bugs, human waste, animal waste, and darkness are what the sewer inspector faces each and every work day. Throw in a rare treat of sometimes stumbling onto a dead body while in the darkness and you have a career that most people would run from. However, if you are brave enough to do it you can earn over $60,000 a year if you start work with something more than a high school education backing you.

 

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