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10 Highest Paying Jobs For Lazy People

If you’re looking to take the easy way out when it comes to employment, you might be in luck. There are a bunch of low-stress, high-paying jobs out there. Chances are, you may have overlooked them, or

If you’re looking to take the easy way out when it comes to employment, you might be in luck. There are a bunch of low-stress, high-paying jobs out there. Chances are, you may have overlooked them, or perhaps you haven't even heard of them. For example, if you can speak English, you’re automatically employable in China and have the potential to earn more than a highly-educated Chinese citizen. Then again, going all the way to China to get a job might seem like a big effort. Would you rather stay home and sleep all day? Well, guess what, you can get paid to do that too. Many companies are looking for sleep testers and sleep study participants. And, yes, they’ll actually pay you to sleep on the job.

You might be lazy, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re not smart. Looking for something a bit more challenging? Computer programming has been dubbed one of the highest paying, low-effort jobs for lazy people. If sitting on the couch and playing video games is more your forte, consider a career as a video game tester. The pay might not be great, but the job is pretty much as cool as it sounds. If you don’t mind getting some exercise, dog walkers can rake in some serious dough.

Ranging from no-brainers to the bizarre, what follows is a list of jobs that pay well and require minimal effort. Read on to see which ones fall within our top 10.

10 Professional Foreigner

Via www.nolimitsecommerce.com

9 Professional Cuddler

8 Teach English in China

Via www.ytravelblog.com

7 Hotel Sleep Tester

Via www.businessinsider.com

6 Beer Taster

5 Video Game Tester

Via http://www.jobgametester.com/

4 Sleep Study Participant

3 Computer Programmer

2 Movie Extra 

Via www.supercompressor.com

1 Dog Walker

Some physical labor is required for this job, but it probably wouldn’t kill you to take Fido around the block a few times. A dog walker can make as much as $50 per hour, and that rate can increase exponentially depending on how many pets you take on. Owners are often willing to pay a premium to have someone walk their dogs while they're out of town or at work. Most states don’t require dog walkers to have a license and liability insurance, but you'll be more marketable and free from legal woes if you do.

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