6 Strange Jobs We Can’t Believe Exist

Professional Train Pushers

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Chances are likely that you’ve seen a few documentaries about Japan. In many Japanese cities the trains are infamous for being very crowded, especially during rush hour. It makes your commute to work look spacious. During rush hour, everyone is trying to get on the trains.

So how about hiring a professional train pusher to make sure as many people as possible can get on the train? These pushers are called the “Oshiya”. But let’s face it. There’s real people right now whose job is literally to pack hundreds of people into a metal tube like sardines.