By | AL KAATIB | www.makeuseof.com
Have you ever wondered if there’s a unique job profile tailored to your specific skill set? Suppose you are an expert at spotting spam in search results and understanding what makes a good landing page, but you aren’t a webmaster.
Or you have a keen ear for identifying good musical arrangements and predicting the next chartbuster. Or, you’re an expert meme creator. Do you think someone would pay for these skills? Following is a list of such unique and rare job profiles that are well-paid, legit, and usually not on the public radar.
1. Search Engine Evaluator
Search Engine Evaluators rate the search engine results pages for user queries based on Google’s guidelines. This feedback improves the performance of Google’s search index and helps its engineers improve the search algorithm based on the data collected.
To become a Search Engine Evaluator, you need to be tech-savvy, have an understanding of how the World Wide Web and search works, have a good internet connection, and a device to work on. You can apply for this position via Appen, Telus, Sykes, Lionbridge, etc.
2. Music Reviewer
Music Reviewer is a job that involves surveying and reviewing music and related products. Instead of reviews after releasing or launching the product, this profile helps musicians, record labels, etc., make decisions based on the wisdom of crowds.