Having a job with no social interaction is only going to send you further down the SA road to hell. The more secluded someone is, the worse it gets. I find that when I'm out working and forced to interact with people, that my SA improves a bit.
Also, everyone should consider that the job they work today will have a huge impact on their ability to find a better job in the future. That's something a lot of us SA'er don't really consider. Instead we take the most comfortable route. But that usually invovles being in job that doesn't provide you with the skills that a lot of employers want. A job with no social interaction looks really bad on a resume IMO.
My career goal, is to find middle ground between a job that isn't overly intense socially, and one that offers plenty of room for advancement and added financial security. That's not something I'm going to find by bouncing from one data entry job to another.