Check this out — unusual jobs that pay over $100K

HOUSTON, Texas (KIAH) -- To think there are people getting paid $200,000 a year to warm hotel beds makes us want to re-evaluate all of our life choices, but sure enough, there are!

Cheat Sheet released a list of unusual jobs which pay at least $100,000, and human bed warmer is an actual profession. So what other weird gigs can get you fat stacks? Check it out and see what we found out!

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The 15 best jobs for a healthy work-life balance
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The 15 best jobs for a healthy work-life balance

1. Adobe
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
Number of Open Jobs: 869
What Employees Say: “This is one of the few top tech companies that truly wants you to have a good work-life balance. Adobe understands that their employees perform better when they’re not burnt out. Adobe understands that it’s better to retain top talent and reduce churn than it is to constantly lose key team members and have to get new employees up to speed. This seems like a no-brainer strategy, but if you look at the industry retention rates, you’ll see that few companies understand this.” Current Software Engineer

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2. Aegis Living
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
Number of Open Jobs: 145
What Employees Say: “The emphasis on quality, culture, and teamwork makes me proud to be part of Aegis. I get to make a big difference in the lives of our residents and families, while enjoying what I do, and whom I do it with. A true focus on satisfaction and meaningful engagement makes for happy residents, as well as co-workers. Love what I do!” Current Director of Marketing

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3. Dropbox
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
Number of Open Jobs: 99
What Employees Say: “An amazing culture founded on amazing people. Brightest people I’ve worked with, coupled with autonomy and a very caring culture that lets you bring your entire self at work.” Former Employee

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4. Eli Lilly
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.0
Number of Open Jobs: 677
What Employees Say: “Amazing pipeline and forecast. Work life balance. Free coffee. Fitness center with classes. Friendly staff. Lots of socials and events. Decent benefits and time off is generous. Good cafeteria food. Can work from home occasionally if position permits it. Friendly and approachable senior management. Good culture overall, with emphasis on diversity.” Current Manufacturing Support Role

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5. FDIC
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.3
Number of Open Jobs: 33
What Employees Say: “Great work-life balance, superior benefits package, diverse community of people to work with, great cross training opportunities, strong promotion potential.” Former Intern

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6. Zendesk
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.6
Number of Open Jobs: 176
What Employees Say: “All the things that make a job great exist here. I get to work with down to earth, smart, kind people, report into managers that support my growth and empower me to do my best, work in a seriously cool office with all the perks, and actually have a work life balance.” Current Technical Recruiter

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10. Google
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
Number of Open Jobs: 3.1k
What Employees Say: “Great company with excellent products, high ethics, employee benefits, pay. Managers are rated on employee satisfaction, so pay attention to this. Coworkers are very smart, generally pleasant, and good to work with.” Current Software Engineering Manager

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7. Paylocity
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.5
Number of Open Jobs: 66
What Employees Say: “Incredible culture, amazing perks and benefits, superior technology, phenomenal leadership across the organization, the list just goes on and on.” Current Director of Sales

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8. Ultimate Software
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.6
Number of Open Jobs: 74
What Employees Say: “Overall, Ultimate has been the best place I’ve worked. While probably not ideal for everyone, working 100% from home has been transformative for me. I’m more productive and less distracted than when in an office, time otherwise spent commuting is added back to my day, I have more flexibility in my schedule, etc. It’s mutually beneficial to employee and employer on several levels. I miss (some of) the personal interactions with coworkers you would get in an office, but the pros outweigh the cons here.” Current Technical Consultant

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9. Cornerstone Home Lending
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.8
Number of Open Jobs: 38
What Employees Say: “Cornerstone is truly a family oriented company. As an employee over 2 years I do feel valued and appreciated and management really does a nice job sending little fun things in the mail to continually make the employees feel appreciated. I love that we are a smaller company that strives for huge results and we work hard but still have fun while working to help our families with their home needs.” Current Mortgage Underwriter

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11. Fusion Medical Staffing
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.8
Number of Open Jobs: 2.5k
What Employees Say: “Family atmosphere! Recruiters who truly care about me…like making sure I get paid when I forget to turn my time card in on time, they know me, I’m not just a number!” Current Registered Nurse

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12. Sendero
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.9
Number of Open Jobs: 6
What Employees Say: “Sendero is an extremely supportive yet challenging environment. I enjoy getting experience at multiple clients, with the support of a consulting firm helping me obtain the necessary information to succeed. The fact that it’s a small company also allows each employee to get a lot of hands on experience.” Current Analyst

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13. Slingshot (Utah)
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.7
Number of Open Jobs: 2
What Employees Say: “I’ve worked for multibillion dollar companies and had at times never thought that I would find a better job. This start up company has so much heart and comradery that it makes each day enjoyable. It’s easy to advance and help the company in so many ways, and appreciation is verbally given all over the place. I’m happy to come to work. The CEO is absolutely incredible and cares about your success.” Current Quality Assurance Analyst

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14. Texas A&M
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.1
Number of Open Jobs: 1.5k
What Employees Say: “Great people, great environment, love coming to work everyday to help students.” —Current Employee

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15. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints
Work-Life Balance Rating: 4.4
Number of Open Jobs: 699
What Employees Say: “Excellent environment. Great team. Strong value emphasis. Extremely good work life balance. Second to none benefits.” —Former Program Manager

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