While some people write millennials off as pampered, they're probably just jealous AF of all the amazing ways today's youth can make money while having a good time.
Most people already know the hottest vloggers rake in millions of dollars every year, but millennials have uncovered tons of other ways to get paid for things previously considered leisure activities. From professional cuddling to managing an office's vibe, there's no limit to the cool, unconventional jobs you can actually get paid for.
While some of these jobs may sound too ridiculous to be real, people are actively making loads of money playing video games and counselling cats, so perhaps it's time to reassess the limits of the impossible.
Vote up the absurdly pleasant jobs you'd love to have, vote down the ones that sound a little too much like work.
Suggests products people should buy, top influencers made $120,000-$550,000 per post in 2017.
Keeps the workplace feeling posi, makes an average of $78,000 per year.
Mediates disagreements between customers and employees, makes an average of $180,000 per year.
Hosts serialized online radio program, hit podcasts can make over $150,000 per episode.
Provides platonic physical intimacy, makes an average of $90 per hour.
Designs and operates building full of puzzles, makes an average of $40,000 per year.
Regularly videotapes their life, top vloggers made $10-$16 million in 2017.
Writes about being a mother, top mommy bloggers make an average of $2,000 per day.
Plans exciting, environmentally-conscious tourist attractions in beautiful natural areas, makes an average of $68,000 per year.
Posts viral content, makes an average of $50,000 per year.
Helps sweet yet troubled animals work through their issues, makes an average of $88,000 per year.
Waits in line to buy hot new products for other people , can make $1,000 per week.
Guides people as they meditate to relaxing noises, makes an average of $67,000 per year.
Picks pleasant noises for various aspects of Facebook, makes an average of $117,000 per year.
Designs new drinks for restaurants and companies, makes around $300 per recipe.
Harvests crops in metropolitan areas, can make over $60,000 per year.
Plays video games in front of an audience, top streamers make over $100,000 a year.
Concocts small batches of tasty beer, makes an average of $30,000 per year.
Helps people train to compete on 'American Ninja Warrior,' gyms make an average of $350,000 per year.
Teaches macro-level video game strategies, makes an average of $40,000 per year.
Rounds up electric scooters, can make hundreds of dollars per night.