What It Takes To Become A Saboteur? YT Unusual Professions

Many industries nowadays use robots in their assembly line. To make sure the robots comply with the quality control Ford, the famous automotive maker has begun employing especially trained saboteurs who deliberately place defective components and observe if the robots reject them. The engineering industry in the developed world is fast becoming dependent on robots and this opens up the unusual profession of a Saboteur. 

Qualification Reguired
A diploma or a degree in engineering would be an advantage. However, for those want  to begin early can choose the industry of their liking and begin an apprenticeship lasting 1 to 3 years.

Compensation
Reportedly saboteurs are paid upwards of 30,000 Euros. The compensation package should keep going up in time and would be an advantage for those jumping the band wagon early enough especially in the precision engineering sector.

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