For me, while finding work is a challenge, most jobs, no matter how menial, are at least bare-able.
But while I can perform the same tasks day in, day out, routine and slogging along. I wonder how intuitives cope with it?
From what I understand it would appear that intuitives need a challenge, or at least something to inspire them, to appeal to their sense of quick uptake and depth of comprehension.
If we take type statistics at face value it could be so that most jobs are created and controlled by sensing types. So most day to day jobs are of the detailed orientation that sensors have a preference for.
I could easily imagine the difficulty in looking out at a world that doesn't appear to have been influenced with you and your preferences in mind. Being on the fringe, looking for something, that key something that is often unable to be communicated effectively, yet still exists.
I have a hard time picturing some of the members here putting up with the banality of my current job, even I find it monotonous, yet I do it anyhow and over time it has grown on me and become part of my daily life; just another routine familiarity.
But do intuitives ever find themselves in similar positions? I imagine it is possible through the application of self control and willpower, to bare any job going, but it just seems to me as if it would be frustrating for intuitives to look at the rather poor collection of jobs on offer for most average people.
So, as the title poses: How do you deal with work? And how do you perceive the modern job market? Although not it in terms of stability, more just what those jobs can offer you...if anything.