Not my current job, but I used to work in very, very high end home construction. We did a house for a couple of toy moguls, which was really fun to build, because it was basically what would have happened if you handed your 5 year old $40 million and told them to design their dream house.
Then I worked in religious tourism, which got really depressing. A lot of the tours were great, and I got the impression that the people going on them could afford the trips. I did a lot of tours for Jewish and Christian retirees, or for churches/synagogues in well off areas. Then we did one for a tevangelical. We had so many people who were on "bill the credit card a small share of the price every month" plans, which was concerning. The tevangelical kept telling viewers that God would provide a way for them to go. Unfortunately, this meant a lot of them kept calling us (the agency that managed the trip) asking if someone had decided to pay for the tour of a complete strangers. It was depressing. And that was before the departure day, which was epic.