With the saturation of the job market, employment opportunities are hard to come by. But we have so much more to offer than the job market gives us credit for and newer professions surface with every passing day. Just imagine, did you ever think that people would get paid for playing video games or watching movies? Well, they do now and here are 5 activities from our daily lives that we wish we got paid for. Please note that this is just for fun and we do not wish to demean any sentiments
Professional Holud Dancing
We all have that one friend who seems to be in every holud dancing like there’s no tomorrow. Why not make a profession out of it? Surely rocking a holud isn’t easy work so it’s only fair to get paid for it.
When it comes to relationships, we all have our own inputs. Regardless of whether or not we have had any experience or whatsoever when it comes to dating, that doesn’t stop us from expressing our opinions and giving advice to others; might as well do it professionally.
You know how Kevin Hart runs a business of providing best men for weddings in The Wedding Ringer? Say hello to rent-a-friend where you can instantly make a person cooler and more popular. Whether it’s through liking and commenting on their social media posts or going to a party and telling people tales about the person not even they are familiar with.
Throwback to school days where we all had to do someone else’s homework at one point or the other. Obviously this is highly unethical (so is selling friendship) but this article is just for fun and doing homework isn’t easy at all and we deserve a reward for it, damn it!
The involuntary psychologist
Listening to people’s problems patiently and giving them advice is a very underrated quality. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Given the ludicrous amount of money therapists make in the west, why should our work go unrewarded?