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    I would choose either one of these:

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    I'd feel like shit after practically all of those jobs. Maybe filling candy machines would be tolerable.

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    Driving a city bus
    It'd be alright, but with no interaction it gets boring fast.
    Interviewing on the telephone
    Actually not hard to do at all; each individual case is quite interesting, I actually did do phone tech support for awhile and it was rather enjoyable due to the fact that every case is different. With strong people skills, yeu can win over even the most irate of customers so the stress isn't too bad either.
    Cleaning an office building
    I don't think I could handle this for 8 hours.
    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    "Why is there a crater?" "Uhm... I got bored? >.>;; "
    Offering product samples in the mall
    Dull.
    Filling candy machines
    Well at least it's easy, and lots of time to think to oneself, without worry of interaction with people generally. Would get tiring without human contact though. Probably would be a night job too.
    Writing data from papers to a database
    I can do this exceptionally fast, it's just dull as hell.
    Assembling simple products
    Couldn't be bothered to tollerate it for any length of time.

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    wow, love this thread concept, worth a necro..

    Driving a city bus
    fired: i'd be frustrated by the group-disciplinary position whenever there's trouble on the bus, and i wouldn't be hiding it very well.

    Interviewing on the telephone
    i might be able to enjoy this, make my little fun mind-games to stress out my victims.

    Cleaning an office building
    in jail for putting toxic cleaning products in the favorite coffee cup of whoever keeps putting gum under the printer desk.

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    i could manage it barely, i'd be incredibly forgetful, feeling bad about my performance like a fish rated at tree climbing, and looking for things outside of work to remind myself of my competence.

    Offering product samples in the mall
    sounds like lower version of what i've being quite good at (mall kiosk sales), i'd feel everything is going way to easy and miss a sense of challenge.

    Filling candy machines
    i might enjoy the quiet time and independence, just moving from place to place filling up the machines, "hey retail fredy, how's the wife?"

    Writing data from papers to a database
    i've done that.. barely tolerable even with tv in the background.

    Assembling simple products
    i've done that too: moved from place to place on the production line every two weeks until i nearly knew the whole thing, and even then only tolerable when you are friends with the people working by your side.

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    Lol thanks for bringing this up
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    Driving a city bus

    I don't mind if the bus riders are nice and respectful.

    Interviewing on the telephone

    No thanks. Mentally and emotinally exhausted.

    Cleaning an office building

    Tolerable but boring.

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall

    Ok

    Offering product samples in the mall

    I wouldn't mind this

    Filling candy machines

    Boring, repetitive work. Can I at least eat some of the candy?

    Writing data from papers to a database

    Tolerable. Don't know that I'd like doing it for 8 hours straight though.

    Assembling simple products

    Exhausted and my fingers hurt.



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    Driving a city bus
    City bus drivers have to put up with so much abuse each day and con only do so much about it. That impotence would be a slow death.

    Interviewing on the telephone
    This would get tiring over a day, both the endless talking to people and having to approach them as business first.

    Cleaning an office building
    It surprised me when I discovered that I really, truly enjoy cleaning as a job. My painless fallback.

    Keeping inventory of a storage hall
    It would take me a while to get the hang of the organization schemes, but I could do it. It sounds only just stimulating enough to do for a year or so.

    Offering product samples in the mall
    Draining. I like people, but interacting with them the same way over and over again doesn't do it for me.

    Filling candy machines
    This wouldn't be so bad, except probably the pay. Moving around all day with low pressure.

    Writing data from papers to a database
    Tolerable. The peace would be a major asset, but the boredom is getting close to the edge of what is acceptable.

    Assembling simple products
    No.
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