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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt.Is.God View Post
    Why can't you do blue collar? I worked at the kitchen of my school, and it's pretty fun and not hard. Physically intensive, and you burn your hands on hot plates, but it's repetitive and mindless. I liked that.
    One summer loooong ago I worked in an orchid and spent some of my time stapling boxes. Yes, stapling boxes, with one of those upright box stapler machines where you use the foot pedal to trigger the staple.

    I made a big game of it -- how many boxes could I staple in an hour?

    I couldn't do that work forever, it's boring as heck, but you do what you need to do to take care of yourself. (I did my fast-food shift too, back then. Meh.)
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    There is a woman who takes care of all of the landscaping around the buildings where I work, and she seems very happy to be outside, dealing with plants, on her own. There is something positive to be said for a job that allows you to think your own thoughts whle you work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by think2much View Post
    what's an easy career for idiots and lazy people? I need something that's repetitive, I hate learning new things. I prefer to master a skill and use those skills till I retired.

    Can't do trade though cause of my health, I'm not physically able to do intense labor.

    I'm mid 20s, uneducated(don't care to learn), isolated from people for couple years now so I have hatred build up. So I want a easy job that doesn't deal with people. Prefer to be my own boss and not be watched like a hawk. It'll be great if I can make a lot of money.
    I hardly know where to begin.

    1. Lazy people generally don't keep jobs - especially those who don't want to expend the energy to learn new things
    2. Hatred of other people is unproductive. It has little to no merit and will only cause you problems.
    3. Easy jobs don't pay a lot of money

    However, if you do find a job that's easy, doesn't require you to deal with people, where you are not accountable to someone and where you make lots of money - please do let me know.

    You might consider whether you are asking the wrong question and whether a complete shift in your attitude may be a more effective route to go down. It's a competitive world out there and you are "competing" against everyone else who wants a job. With the attitude you have right now, I can tell you that you are unlikely to have much success.

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    the only thing that would possibly satisfy your ridiculous requirements is to find someone incredibly rich and convince them to marry you and support you completely while you laze around, without getting resentful enough to dump you. good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt.Is.God View Post
    "So lazy, pathetic, and unambitious that it invites insult"? Hey, OP, I'm in the same boat. I'd like a job like that. I just don't think it's realistic. Do you LIKE anything? I'm sure there are jobs somewhere out there for something you find LESS stressful. In my case, I'd like to be a teacher or researcher, so I could play with ideas for a living.
    Teaching is hard work. Easy my ass.

    Stick with research. But that still takes years of university education.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    There is a woman who takes care of all of the landscaping around the buildings where I work, and she seems very happy to be outside, dealing with plants, on her own. There is something positive to be said for a job that allows you to think your own thoughts whle you work.
    Yes but that's still physical labor. Landscaping is an art form, I mean good lord, I have a friend who went to school in NC for agriculture/landscaping.

    I can't believe people imagine that something like landscaping would be "easy" especially since this dude has said he's too unhealthy to do physical labor.

    This guy is qualified for little more than stuffing envelopes with the mentally challenged people at Goodwill industries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
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    Nope being a hooker would involve too much physical labor, initiative (it is a SALES position, after all), and also he'd have to attend quite closely to his physical appearance.

    Not to mention he'd have to develop mad people skills since he hates people.

    I'm kind of flabbergasted about the jobs that people supposedly think are "easy."

    While a hooker may not have to learn any new skills, necessarily, it requires too much effort on the part of the OP, methinks. Not to mention the fact that it's not a long-term career. It's really only something you can do while reasonably young and attractive.

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    Some type of office related work for a large company - basically a cubicle farm is the best match I can think of because those tend to be so large that they can't keep track of how much work each person is doing as long as you can master the art of looking busy. I worked as a clerk/secretary of various sorts when younger and noticed a lot of co-workers chatting it up alot. Some people would actually get nothing done in an entire morning or afternoon. It's the only time I know of that sort of thing slipping by.
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    OP, you've posted about having severe depression before, and it's pretty obvious from this thread, too. I hope you are taking some steps to deal with that as it would be really positive. If you are not, that should be your priority.
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