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data inputting job. you can just sit and type in data . little chance of much interaction .

but likely to be very boring.

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Idk I'm applying for a night pressure washing job. Hoping it's gonna be solitary with no interaction.
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data inputting job. you can just sit and type in data . little chance of much interaction .

but likely to be very boring.
How do you get a job like that? Do I need experience? Do I need a certain typing speed??? What kind of company would I apply to??
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There aren't any. The simple fact of the matter is that if you've "got it bad", doing what is required to hold down any kind of job that's worth anything is going to be near impossible. I used to even have problems cashing my checks when I got them because I was too shy to open a bank account. It was a struggle every payday.

Every morning, I got up and said "I can't do this again today. I can't face these people anymore.

I fought those instincts for a few years but they eventually won. The job wasn't that hard. It was pretty predictable but it didn't matter. It was more than I could take. It pounded me until I gave up.
Godamn. That sounds like me.
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For me it depends and one on one contact in a calm setting is usually ok. A job that requires constant chaos and more than one on one as well as requires lots of presentations is not my thing. Also dislike jobs with loads of meetings. There are people who love meetings and love to talk about going to a meeting and they talk endlessly at meetings just to hear themselves talk (really I prefer to the point meetings kept as short as possible and then get back to work).
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In my case programmer. But Morgue technician seems like the best choice now that I think about it. They are people but most likely they aren't going to say anything back lmao
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I'm a land surveyor and I think it is a perfect job, no pressure or stress. I drive a lot, measure land or houses with some high tech equipment. When I feel SA free, I mingle with costumers, and when don't, I just act professionally.

Liebowitz SA scale: Then 82, Now 74.
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@Dalmat : That's pretty cool

Well, I guess the perfect job is software engineer working from home. No stress and probably the best wage that you could get...
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How do you get a job like that? Do I need experience? Do I need a certain typing speed??? What kind of company would I apply to??
well I dont have a job right now. but this would be one of the things i would consider.

data inputting. maybe somethign like just putting in lots of info into a companied database. numbers, addresses..... things like that.

car insurance company, home insurance.... credit card company, ... telemarketing sales.... banks... maybe travel agent.... people who work for SKY TV. ... the tax office in government jobs.

you can get it on night shift.. maybe like 10 pm to like 6 am I have seen here.

there may be some telephone talking required, but I think a lot of these places are like you have your own computer and cubicle and work from there.

i imagine it t be very boring, but there will probably be little interaction between you and other workers there.

you go in.... work... then go home.... i suppose its like that.

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