14 High-Paying Jobs That Nobody Actually Wants to Do

These professionals work in confined and unpleasant environments, inspecting and maintaining sewer systems.

Sewer Inspector

 These workers handle dangerous and toxic materials, often in hazardous environments.

Hazardous Materials Removal Worker

Employees in slaughterhouses and meat processing plants face physically demanding and emotionally challenging conditions.

Abattoir Worker

Working on oil rigs requires long hours, isolation, and exposure to harsh weather conditions.

Oil Rig Worker

These individuals clean up biohazardous and hazardous materials at crime scenes.

Crime Scene Cleaner

Embalmers prepare bodies for funerals, a job that may be emotionally taxing.


Dealing with pests and rodents can be unpleasant and hazardous for pest control workers.

Pest Control Worker

Although it offers decent pay, long-haul truck driving involves extended periods away from home and can be isolating.

Long-Haul Truck Driver