Job opportunities exist that pay salaries over $100,000 annually for doing simple tasks for the rich.
Even if not six figures, many rich people hire property caretakers just to look after the estate while they’re gone. You could easily save a lot of money quickly with free lodging while working.
Here’s an example via Business Insider:
One family in New York City is hiring a live-in “domestic couple” to oversee cooking, cleaning, childcare, and construction at their second home, a 30,000-square-foot townhouse.
The full-time job pays between $100,000 and $150,000 a year, depending on the applicants’ level of experience, and offers perks like private living quarters within the home, an allowance for food and expenses, and medical, dental, and vision insurance.
“The vast majority of our clients are the 0.01% — they have multiple homes, private aircraft, and several members of domestic staff,” said Youdovin, who worked as a butler and estate manager for billionaires before founding Hire Society in 2012.
It’s not unusual for rich families to shell out millions of dollars a year to employ butlers, chefs, chauffeurs, housekeepers, and nannies. But a domestic couple tends directly to the family and typically manages other household staff members.