10 jobs for people who don't want to talk to anybody
These people dig graves and expect somebody will die so that they can get paid. The job is in a harsh environment since they spend most of their time in gravesites. In less developed countries and poorly-maintained cemeteries, there is a possibility of undoing the decayed residue of old graves to create space for the new burial. These experiences can be uncomfortable for most people. Even after taking these tasks, the pay is usually minimal and shared among some colleagues. The median average compensation is $30,700 annually.