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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery I'd like the programming part.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse No. Not my thing.

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant Love it. I love to cook and I'm very accustomed to cooking in large amounts at home.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts I would enjoy this very much.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker I'm not a great sales person. I could do it but I wouldn't enjoy it.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications I can see it being exhausting with all the interaction.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop I'm not sure. I think it would be boring.

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym No
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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery

    I wouldn't like this/be able to do it at all.


    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse

    Hell no. I'm terrible at this sort of thing.


    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant


    Tolerable, but not my cup of tea.


    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts


    No thanks.


    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker


    I might possibly enjoy this, but I would be pretty stressed out.


    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications

    I'd feel very good about this, but might be stressed out.


    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop


    Might be alright.


    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym

    I'd love to do this if I knew what I was doing, and if I were in shape myself.
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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery

    I think I'd be good at this!


    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse

    Uhm.. I don't think.. I'd get kicked out? .. immediately? :hide:

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant

    Mechanical work. I could daydream while doing this.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts

    This would definitely be my cup of tea.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker

    This one I'd probably be bad at. The whole finding the buyers part.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications

    I would be really good at this, but I would hate my job.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop

    I think I could do this!

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym

    I would totally own at this job!
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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery

    I work in this industry!!! I'm not a machinist, but I'm around it plenty. How good you are is going to be related to the quality of programming software/tools you have. I think it wouldn't be so bad.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse

    I wouldn't do well at this.

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant

    I've worked in the food service industry and this isn't as imposing as it seems. Give it a month or two to learn the menu and the tricks of the trade, get your system down, and it goes smoothly.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts

    I wouldn't mind doing this either, though the redundancy would eventually settle in if that is ALL you did.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker

    I'm not good at cold calls/marketing, etc so I wouldn't fit well in this job.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications

    Again, no... I tend to see the worst in people and not the best.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop

    This would be extremely redundant if I weren't involved in the creative process.

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym

    I am helpful to people but the gym is not my natural environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery
    Indifferent. I could do that job, no problem. Would be mildly interesting at first, but get a little dull after I figured it out. Definitely better than flipping burgers or working in a warehouse, though.
    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse
    I'd... SO rather not do that. I can't stand hospitals or sick people.
    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant
    Mildly tired. This isn't the kind of job I'd like, but it's something I could make myself do if I had to.
    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts
    Stimulated. This could actually feed my creativity, give me something to research and an application for it. Seems like a darn good job, if you can make money at it.
    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker
    Very tired and self-conscious. Selling things to people is exhausting.
    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications
    Bored and frustrated. Another job I could make myself do, I guess, but not desirable.
    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop
    Indifferent. Seems like it could be interesting at first, but would quickly get repetitive.
    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym
    Bored and a little grossed out. Eh, I don't like bodies, but if I'm getting paid, I can deal with it.

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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery
    I would likely enjoy the programming part, but the fabrication would probably bore me - *unless* it was something that it was possible for an operator to substantially increase the efficiency or speed of the operation. But simple button-mashing? No thanks.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse
    Assuming that the elderly folks in question are strangers, no thanks. I'd be pretty depressed and drained by this.

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant
    If we're talking small restaurant with a lot of personal touch from the chef, I could enjoy this. If we're talking slinging hash in a cafeteria patronized by grumpy drones, not so much.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts
    I would probably like this, at least at first. I'd probably also be pretty darned good at it. It might eventually start to get old, though.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker
    Utterly laughable. I would hate this, but it wouldn't be a problem long, as I'd undoubtedly suck so bad at it that I'd be fired within days.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications
    I wouldn't care for this... it sounds like filling out forms all day, combined with customer service. I'd be seriously depressed by the red tape, and seriously annoyed by having to answer the same questions 25 times a day.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop
    Maybe... I don't know a lot about this, but if it were something unique, where I'd have at least some creative input, sure, sounds like fun. If we're talking just following a rote protocol to mass-produce stuff, I'd likely not enjoy it.

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym
    Strangely enough, I'd probably like this. It's people-oriented and varied, but not necessarily "social". Teaching people something that they want to learn and helping them get there is often a pretty enjoyable experience.
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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery
    Okay, I guess.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse
    Oh no. Couldn't do it.

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant
    Maybe tolerable, but I'd be bad at it and screw something up.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts
    This sounds great.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker
    Sounds like it'd be fun if I could get the hang of selling.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications
    I'd be too bored and possibly frustrated.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop
    This would be cool.

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym
    Maybe. I'd be uncomfortable, though, and probably exhausted at the end of the day.
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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery
    As long as I got to both program and fabricate, I'd be fairly jazzed.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse
    Weary.

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant
    Could be promising, but I'd likely be tired from the hot kitchen.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts
    Fun! I'd be a bit jealous that I couldn't build one for myself, though.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker
    Very drained, and perhaps a bit guilty if I didn't really love the apartments.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications
    Frustrated and tired of all the paperwork.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop
    Excited! What time do I show up tomorrow?

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym
    Satisfied. Not only do I get to move around, but I'm helping others get healthier.

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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery
    Fabricating sounds pretty cool. Programming could be tedious. If it was very physical it may be too taxing for me. I think I might be tired in a good way. I love tangible results from my labor.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse
    Tiring. I'd probably be very impatient and irritable. Old people bring that out in me...

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant
    If I was like a sous chef, then it could be cool. I like to cook.
    If this is fast-paced fast food work, then I would be terribly frazzled. I worked one day at Subway as a teen....it didn't work out....

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts
    I am indifferent to this. If it involves sales, then I'd be awful, but not care about being awful.
    It's probably too technical for me to be excited.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker
    Really exhausting, and I'm awful at sales.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications
    Dealing with the public is annoying, and paperwork is tedious and boring.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop
    This sounds pretty cool. I like to be where the design is, and it sounds nice and solitary.

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym
    A lot of interaction with people tires me. I don't particularly like to touch strange people either. I think I'd feel awkward and stupid.
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    Fabricating metal parts with programmable machinery
    Eh, not something I'd be good at. If I were allowed to program the parts, perhaps.

    Making house calls to the elderly as a registered nurse
    Someone would end up getting a buttload of morphine by the end of the day. Quite possibly me.

    Preparing meals from a large menu in a lunch restaurant
    Food poisoning waiting to happen.

    Building customized computers for game enthusiasts
    Could be interesting. Depends on how enthusiastic the enthusiasts are.

    Finding buyers and sellers for apartments as real estate broker
    Yeah, no.

    Helping people to apply for unemployment aid and managing their applications
    Tedious and repetitive. No thanks.

    Preparing lithographic printing plates in a design art shop
    Eh. Tolerable, I suppose.

    Helping people on exercise techniques and sport equipment at a gym
    Heh, they probably know the technique better than I would.
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