4) Crime Scene Cleaner
It’s not glamorous, but it can be lucrative. Viewers of crime shows may take them for granted as it rarely makes the narrative, but someone has to come in and clean up after the detectives leave. When it comes to bodily fluids and bio-hazards, special precautions need to be employed. Salaries for a bio-hazard technician can range from $35,000 to $80,000 depending on training and experience, and while the lower end of the scale is not one of the higher paying jobs on the list, it’s pretty good considering there is no education requirement and most of the training is on the job. Cleaners need a strong stomach, though, to deal with the sights and smells of the job, even in the uniform of a bio-hazard suit.
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