5. Crime Scene Cleaner
If you don’t mind the sight of blood, gore or the stench of death, this job may be fitting for you. This is definitely not a glamourous job, but one that is challenging. The duties of a crime scene cleaner includes cleaning up and decontaminating a scene after a crime has occurred. This may include a suicide that had taken place or an unattended death. It is important for a crime scene cleaner to protect themselves as they decontaminate a scene in addition to protecting the evidence necessary for any type of investigation. It is important to be detail oriented in addition to be able to stomach the sight of something that can be emotionally and physically upsetting. You can make up to $80,000 a year, maybe more depending on the city you live in.