15 Best Jobs For Lazy People

(Last Updated On: May 20, 2018)

If you feel like you are too lazy to do a very mentally/physically involving job but you still want to earn some money, there is hope for you. There are jobs out there available for you to take part in that will require basic education qualifications. Here is a list of them for you to check out and maybe try out.

1. Hotel Tester

In this job, you sleep in countless hotels documenting your experience with the room and staff of each so to be able to give feedback which will help travelers make the best choice on where to stay. It is crucial for you to pay attention to some of the smallest of details as you test out the products in the bathroom.

Average Salary: Up to $120 per day

 

2. Video Game Tester

This would be a dream job to many since many think all they do is play video games all day. However, that is not the case. In this job, your objective is to play the videos but not like a normal person would. The objective is to break the games in any way possible and to report anything that breaks to people in the programming, design or art teams. You have to make sure game features work according to design documentation.

Average Salary: $10 –  $18 an hour.

 

3. Breath Odour Evaluator

If you like using your nose to smell stuff, this is the job for you. First, you smell someone’s breathe that reeks then you rate the breathe on a scale of 1 to 9, 9 being the best. The test subject would then try a new product such as a mouthwash or gum and the evaluator smells the new breathe then rates it again. You need to have a spectacular sense of smell and you shouldn’t be afraid to smell disgusting things. There is no specific education background needed.

Average Salary: Up to $64,000 a year

 

4. Professional Binge Watcher

Imagine getting paid to just sit on the couch and watch Netflix all day without feeling guilty. The responsibilities for this job are basically comb through the library of content. You watch, research, rate, tag, annotate and write an analysis for the movie and TV content. All that’s needed is a decent knowledge of film and TV at large, an ability to summarize anything you’ve watched and will to power through hour upon hour of screen time.

Average Salary: Several hundred dollars a week.

 

5. Beer Taster

If you fancy drinking beer all day, this is the job for you. Most brewing companies are keen to find beer lovers who can pay to taste new and innovative beers and provide feedback. You will be drinking beer for around three hours each week then discuss the beers you drank and give your opinions. You will need to have incredible tastebuds and an expert knowledge of alcoholic beverages.

Average Salary: $150 per day

 

6. Professional Slacker

This is a job that will pay you to relax and chill all day. It is mostly offered by travel agencies such as Swedish Travel agency TUI. If you need to be busy every minute, then this job is not for you.

Average Salary: Unknown

 

7. Fake Business Executive

This is a job that first appeared in China where if you are white guy in China there are companies that hire fake executives from the US and other Western nations to attend events, give speeches and generally just give that appearance in the community and business world of a connection with the western world.

Average Salary: $1,000 a week

 

8. Ostrich Baby Sitter

This is literally is a person who watches young ostriches as they live their lives. Your work will be to just to keep them safe from pecking at others or running off. According to research you just need a certificate showing you graduated high school and show that you are good with animals.

Average Salary: Up to $20 an hour

 

9. Chocolate Taster

For this job you are basically working around 7 to 8 hours each week eating chocolate. New hires take on the duty of tasting new products and reporting back with the objective and honest feedback to describe each individual product tasted. You will also have to describe the taste in relatively knowledgeable detail.

Average Salary: $24,000 a year

 

10. Professional Apologiser

If you are able to say you’re sorry in a multitude of ways then this is the job for you. For companies such as airlines, you will be on call 24/7 to say it quickly and diplomatically to a multitude of aggrieved plane passengers. Some agencies charge around $240 for a face to face apology and $96 for an email or phone apology.

Average Salary: $60,000 a year

 

11. Dog Walker

This is a job for dog lovers out there. You basically get paid to hang out with man’s best friend.

Average Salary: $11.50 per hour

 

12. Luxury House Sitter

Here you get paid to house sit for clients while they are away on holiday. Every night and day you act as human burglar deterrents. You also get to travel the world while living in other people’s houses at their expense.

Average Salary: Up to $45 per day

 

13. TV/Movie Extra

Film extras exist to make production to look realistic and giving a setting behind the main actor’s dialogue. You don’t need any formal acting experience to be a TV extra but you do need to keep time and be reliable.

Average Salary: $14 per day.

 

14. Mystery Shopper

Mystery shopping is a tool used externally by market research companies, watchdog organizations or internally by companies themselves to measure quality of service or compliance with regulation. Mystery shoppers perform tasks like purchasing a product, asking questions, registering complaints or behaving in a certain way then provide detailed reports or feedback about their experiences.

Average Salary: $15 per assignment.

 

15. Test Subject

If you feel like you want to participate in improving healthcare, you can sign up to be a human guinea pig for pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies. You will get paid to stay in a clinic and have a number of tests done to you by experts to say what the side effects are.

Average Salary: $1,000 per session.