Feng Shui tops highest-earning unconventional job

Feng Shui consultant has topped a list of highest-earning ‘weird and wonderful’ jobs in the UK, compiled by Bark.com.

The online local services marketplace analysed salary data from 10 weird and wonderful jobs, such as a Feng Shui consultant, canine psychiatric therapist and professional bridesmaids and groomsmen, and compared it with the average salary for conventionally well-paid, high-pressure jobs, such as dentists, lawyers and surgeons.

The highest-earning weird and wonderful jobs in the UK are as follows:

  1. Feng Shui consultant £72,000
  2. Period conservation practitioner £69,400
  3. Canine psychiatric therapist £63,900
  4. Upholsterer £57,200
  5. Hypnotherapist £57,000
  6. Qigong therapist £55,900
  7. Homestager £49,600
  8. Scuba diving instructor £45,000
  9. Shiatsu therapist £41,250
  10. Harpist £41,075

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