On personal request from two readers, I’m going to consider odd jobs. Odd jobs are professions and careers made out of unconventional jobs. Even then, an “unconventional” job is subjective to what people think is unconventional. For example, many would think a doctor is conventional and a fisherman is anything but that. The focus here is to get you thinking of the extraordinary.
In 2011, I wrote a blog entry about jobs and careers. I was asked by friends to help them make a career choice. I entered college in 2010, so by 2011, they had begun to fail their classes and the chances of them earning their ideal career began to slip. So, I entered the scene to try and help them decide on a new career (read: an alternative to medicine that makes a ton of money).
However, back in 2011, a lot of the jobs that were considered “good” emphasized biotechnology and research. You can search on Google for the references (“Best Jobs 2011”). Nevertheless, the jobs listed were math intensive, but many of them required only a bachelor’s degree since those fields were dominated by computer science and engineering (specifically bio-or-chemical engineering).