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Weird But Real Summer Jobs on Craigslist

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Summer is here, and that means finding the perfect summer job. But would you sign up to scratch a stranger’s back? Or sell used socks?

We found some of the weirdest ways you can make some extra cash this summer on Craigslist, and…well, yikes.


Here are some of the strangest Craigslist “jobs” we found:

  • “Uber Responsible Pothead”
  • Back Scratcher
  • Foot Bather
  • Time Square French fry Delivery Person
  • Fun Texter
  • Used Socks Salesperson
  • Part-Time Tree Climber

Listen to the Kidd Kraddick show talk about weird Craigslist summer job listings below.

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