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    A day in any of those would be ok, not fun but tolerable. Give me a month let alone a year at the job and I'd be miserable.

    Of course, that might be the case for any job.
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    Driving a city bus

    Pretty well, I think I would somehow enjoy this job. I would never do it as a living, since the pay is not good, but it seems quite enjoyable. I would feel really tired after a night shift.


    Interviewing on the telephone

    I've done this, absolutely terrible. I hate the phone.

    Cleaning an office building

    I'd feel okay, exhausted, however it's not good for your back, over the long term I would start aching a lot.

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall

    Sounds extremely boring.

    Offering product samples in the mall

    Sounds good, people always like it when you give them something for free with a smile on your face. 8 hours is a lot, I would get a little bit bored, but overall it would probably feel OK.

    Filling candy machines

    Jesus...boring!

    Writing data from papers to a database

    This would kill my eyes, but it's fine, especially if I can do it from home.


    Assembling simple products

    I've tried it, I don't like the automaton feeling.
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    Driving a city bus

    Stressed out.


    Interviewing on the telephone

    Not too bad. I enjoy interviewing people.

    Come to think of it, maybe I should look into that.


    Cleaning an office building

    Bored.


    Keeping inventory of a storage hall

    Like I was in the most horrible, stinking, rotten pit of Hell.


    Offering product samples in the mall

    Like killing myself.


    Filling candy machines

    Bored.


    Writing data from papers to a database

    Like killing myself.


    Assembling simple products

    Not too bad, I think. Seems kind of meditative and relaxing.

    The dull repetition might get to me though, so maybe just bored.
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    I would feel like shit in every single one of those jobs.

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    Driving a city bus
    back (and ass) pain. I wouldn't last long in this for physical reasons. Seems ok to me otherwise.

    Interviewing on the telephone
    wasted, ready to resign after a hour

    Cleaning an office building
    great! I'd love this. Useful work, some exercise, probably no one around to break my balls.

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    normal..

    Offering product samples in the mall
    cleaning & loading my gun, to bring it with me the next day

    Filling candy machines
    fat.. and stupid

    Writing data from papers to a database
    bored to hell, hand/wrists/back pain..

    Assembling simple products[/QUOTE]
    bored. (probably ready to burn the building after a few weeks)

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    Haha! Great answers Many of these jobs bring misery to people. I guess it takes a different kinds of personalitieso tolerate, even like many of these.
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    Driving a city bus
    Bored & very tired

    Interviewing on the telephone
    Drained mentally and annoyed with people

    Cleaning an office building
    Physically tired and grossed out by germs

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    Bored from tedious work

    Offering product samples in the mall
    Drained and overwhelmed, feeling stupid in trying to attract people

    Filling candy machines
    Bored

    Writing data from papers to a database
    Bored, like my soul is being sucked out

    Assembling simple products
    bored, bored, bored
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    Honestly one day of anything probably wouldn't bother me cause everything would be new initially I'd know it was ending so I shouldn't get bored.

    Driving a city bus
    Prolly get sick of traffic being in the city but I love driving large vehicles so I'd enjoy it as long as I wasn't too far behind schedule or had to deal with aggression in passengers.

    Interviewing on the telephone
    If my calls were bothering other people or the questions were boring and uninteresting then I wouldn't like it, if not I'd enjoy getting different reactions out of different people.

    Cleaning an office building
    I'd be ok with that for a day. I don't love cleaning but have helped out a friend in that capacity before, I'm a bit of a perfectionist and get a sense of accomplishment in a job well done.

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    I'd be cool with that. I'd prolly slack off though.

    Offering product samples in the mall
    Sounds like heaps of fun. Samples would be great, selling them would be another story.

    Filling candy machines
    One for you, one for me, one for you, one for...

    Writing data from papers to a database
    I'd be cool with that, I don't mind doing methodical things cause it means I can shut my brain off and go elsewhere.

    Assembling simple products
    I'd be cool with that. I'd challenge myself to get better and better each one I made, then have absolutely no desire to do it ever again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Driving a city bus
    On edge, kind of tired.
    Interviewing on the telephone
    Nervous, strained, exhausted.
    Cleaning an office building
    Normal. Depending on the size, a bit tired.
    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    A bit bored. Requires me to concentrate on something uninteresting, but I could do it.
    Offering product samples in the mall
    Tired and embarrassed.
    Filling candy machines
    Normal. Unless I get to munch on some of the candy for free, then I'd feel kind of good.
    Writing data from papers to a database
    Listless, a bit mechanical. Not really bored, normal, or amused.
    Assembling simple products
    Slightly satisfied, a bit mechanical.

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    Driving a city bus
    Boooooooored

    Interviewing on the telephone
    Pumped and energized. I love interviews for some reason.

    Cleaning an office building
    FML

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    FML

    Offering product samples in the mall
    Embarrassed, mildly amused.

    Filling candy machines
    Full

    Writing data from papers to a database
    FML

    Assembling simple products
    meh, laid back, free money.

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    Ok, so apparently the simple job market isn't for me.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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