Season 24 of "The Bachelor" is almost upon us! During the lengthy history of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette," hundreds of contestants have tried to find love on television. And throughout the seasons, these single men and women have listed some pretty interesting job descriptions. In honor of pilot Peter Weber's debut as the star of "The Bachelor" on Jan. 6, 2020, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at the wackiest occupations claimed by Bachelor Nation stars! Keep reading to see one of this new season's more interesting job titles, plus some favorite contestant job descriptions from the past!
One of the ladies vying for Peter's love on season 24? Avonlea Elkins, a blonde beauty from Texas who identifies as a cattle rancher.
Joe Barsano was The Box King. Yep, you read that right! The Italy-born, Chicago-based contestant took time away from his booming family cardboard box business to compete for Hannah Brown's affections on season 15 of "The Bachelorette."
Ryan Spirko was a self-proclaimed Roller Boy who competed on Hannah Brown's season of "The Bachelorette." So what exactly does that mean? Well, according to Ryan's bio, he's a risk-taker who loves to go on adventures.
Here's a "The Bachelor" first. Instead of coming up with a quirky job title, this contestant opted to pick an animal to identify with instead. Meet the "Sloth." Yep, Alex Dillon really did compete on Colton Underwood's season with that job title.
Remember the "Dog Lover" on Juan Pablo's season? If not, we'll get to her later. Right now, we've got another friend of Fido on the list — "Dog Rescuer." Canadian Alex Blumberg, a contestant on season 23 of "The Bachelor," claimed that as her profession, clearly hoping to appeal to Colton Underwood's love of dogs.
There was a Disney princess in Colton Underwood's group! Erin Landry listed herself as "Cinderella" when it came time to ID her day job.
Only in Bachelor Nation can someone claim their occupation is "Never Been Kissed." Another one of Colton Underwood's potential love interests on season 23, Heather Martin, listed this as her job title.
We're not quite sure what being a "social media participant" as a job entails, but we think this could be most people's occupation! Kamil Nicalek listed that as his job title while getting ready to compete for Becca Kufrin's love in 2018, but if you're wondering how he actually pays the bills, we did some digging: It looks like Kamil dabbled in real estate and modeling, but we guess "social media participant" sounded better to producers!
We have a strong suspicion that contestant Jean Blanc from Becca Kufrin's season smells really, really good! Why? Because despite having a career in finance, he opted to list his occupation as "colognoisseur" (aka a big fan of colognes).
A banjoist? Becca Kufrin really brought out all kinds of contestants for her season of "The Bachelorette." Ryan Peterson's job was playing the banjo in a bluegrass band.
Jonathan Treece, a man who vied for Rachel Lindsay's affections on season 12 of "The Bachelorette," claimed his occupation was "tickle monster." We'll just let that creepy one sink in…
We still don't even know what this means, but Rachel Lindsay suitor Lucas Yancey memorably considered himself to be employed as a "whaboom."
Why be a drummer when you could be an aspiring drummer? Blake Elarbee labeled himself just that on Rachel Lindsay's season of "The Bachelorette."
Among the ladies looking for love on Nick Viall's season of "The Bachelor"? Alexis Waters, an aspiring dolphin trainer.
Emily and Haley Ferguson's job title on Ben Higgins' season of "The Bachelor" was pretty obvious (and odd) — twins!
JoJo Fletcher had one contestant on her season of "The Bachelorette" with a really vague job: Brandon Howell called himself a "hipster."
When Kelly Travis appeared on Juan Pablo Galavis' season of "The Bachelor," she was known as a professional "dog lover." You and us both, Kelly!
Evan Bass had one of the strangest and most specific job descriptions ever when he appeared on JoJo Fletcher's season of "The Bachelorette" — erectile dysfunction specialist.
We have a question for Lucy Aragon from Juan Pablo Galavis' season of "The Bachelor" — how do you make money as a "free spirit"?
On "The Bachelorette," your home country can also serve as your occupation ID! Case in point: Daniel Maguire on JoJo Fletcher's season of "The Bachelorette." His job description was simply "Canadian."
Tara Eddings listed herself as a "sport fishing enthusiast." Despite her outdoorsy occupation, farmer Chris Soules didn't mesh well with Tara on the 19th season of "The Bachelor."
Aw, a man after our own heart! On JoJo Fletcher's season of "The Bachelorette," James Spadafore called himself a "'Bachelor' superfan."
Back on season 9 of "The Bachelor" when women were vying for Prince Lorenzo Borghese's affections, Erica Rose listed herself as a "socialite."
This one might have been a dead giveaway after a look at his photo, but on Andi Dorfman's season of "The Bachelorette," JJ O'Brien had the very unique occupation of "pantsapreneur."
Here's an interesting question: Is "unemployed nurse" really an occupation? That's what Josephine Tutman, one of Nick Viall's "The Bachelor" contestants, listed as her job.
Well, this one at least panned out! When Mark Huebner appeared on Jillian Harris's season of "The Bachelorette," he listed his job as "pizza entrepreneur." While it sounded strange at the time, he did actually end up opening a pizza restaurant after leaving the show.
Raichel Goodyear was a contestant on season 15 of "The Bachelor." She demonstrated her occupation to Brad Womack on night one when she waxed his arm — living up to her listed job as "manscaper."