A career or job where there's no horrible people in it Watch

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So i was probably sensitive but am i right in saying there's probably horrible people in every job.
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There are nice and horrible people everywhere. Everyone is different and every persons perception is different. Who you think is horrible someone else will be friends with. It's all about how you handle a situation
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So i was probably sensitive but am i right in saying there's probably horrible people in every job.
yup
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i like architects. they are very nice.
you've got to be to get through 7 years of uni and end up earning less than some git who did economics and is now in IB.

yes. i did work experience with some architects. lovely people... gave me cookies every day, didn't let me make coffee or anything.

be an architect
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i like architects. they are very nice.
you've got to be to get through 7 years of uni and end up earning less than some git who did economics and is now in IB.

yes. i did work experience with some architects. lovely people... gave me cookies every day, didn't let me make coffee or anything.

be an architect
cool. i met a nice girl who did forensic science. i think i'll do french language.
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ha ha good luck with that
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Aww! *hugs phillip2004* yeah I know how you feel. It seems like there's mean people everywhere, but it has nothing to do with you in any way. Often it could just be something little like the weather for instance.

Well I don't know about jobs, but I usually find that Arts and Psychology students are a bit more easier to talk to and get to know than Law students - at least at my uni, but it's all relative and there are of course exceptions to every rule.

It also depends on your personality - who you get along with (character wise) and what your interests are. What are some jobs you think you'd enjoy doing the most, for example? I'd seek out to make friends with those with a similar disposition.

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Haha, why isn't it rather naive to request such a thing in this day and age? People suck.
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So i was probably sensitive but am i right in saying there's probably horrible people in every job.
Yes. The hierarchies which exist within management structures often create individuals who resent those above them and despise those below them...

There are such poisoned individuals everywhere...

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Well as long as you like yourself I suppose a self-employed job
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Aww! *hugs phillip2004* yeah I know how you feel. It seems like there's mean people everywhere, but it has nothing to do with you in any way. Often it could just be something little like the weather for instance.

Well I don't know about jobs, but I usually find that Arts and Psychology students are a bit more easier to talk to and get to know than Law students - at least at my uni, but it's all relative and there are of course exceptions to every rule.

It also depends on your personality - who you get along with (character wise) and what your interests are. What are some jobs you think you'd enjoy doing the most, for example? I'd seek out to make friends with those with a similar disposition.

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Ofcourse Law students need to practice how to be rude, how else will they become skilled lawyers?
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So i was probably sensitive but am i right in saying there's probably horrible people in every job.
tis correct! but neva mind... there's also nice people too!
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social work.
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Solitary confinement
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What about being a teacher--the only teacher in a small school?
Kids can't be that bad. And if they are, just give them some sleeping pills.
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lol you saw that episode of Oprah too huh
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(Original post by philip2004)
So i was probably sensitive but am i right in saying there's probably horrible people in every job.
If you're not a total [email protected]@rd, you could work for yourself
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Lighthouse Keeper?
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