22. Golf Ball Diver: Around $200 Per Day
This is what happens when you fuse golf with scuba diving. If you’ve ever wondered what happens to the golf balls that end up flying into ponds on the course, these golf ball divers are the ones who find and retrieve them after the game. The job isn’t easy, but it can well-suit those who are concerned about preserving the environment.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a typical golf course has between four and 12 ponds, and divers spend between eight and 10 hours a day harvesting the ponds for golf balls – some jobs take more than one day. Most golf ball divers only work the job part-time and have supplemental income.