10 weird jobs that pay really well

British sommelier Gerard Baset celebrates the victory in the Sommelier World Championship
British sommelier Gerard Baset celebrates the victory in the Sommelier World Championship

Finding a job in a recession is difficult, but the jobs are out there. You just have to know where to look, and for some jobs, be willing to think outside the cube -- imagine selling tequila shots to drunken men for up to $600 a night, diving for pearls for $1,200 a day or diving below an oil rig for $80,000 a year. The good news is that these weird jobs pay well, and are unique jobs to add to a resume.

Here are some of the weirdest jobs that pay well: