Sommeliers can be “surprisingly” highly paid

Bloomberg TV has a quick hit on five “surprisingly high-paying jobs.” Number five on their list is a “master sommelier,” who, they say, citing nobody in particular, can earn “up to $125,000 a year.”

But keep putting the nose to the limestone, somms: the piece says phone sex operators can earn $160k.

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6 Responses to “Sommeliers can be “surprisingly” highly paid”

  1. But a “storm tracker,” who is inevtiable wrong more than they are right, can make $132k!

  2. And who says an MS is always right?

  3. One day, M. S., the next S&M…

  4. What does Jancis Robinson make? Just wondering.

  5. Oh twitter will melt down over this!

  6. […] Sommeliers can be “surprisingly” highly paid […]


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