What kind of jobs are there that does not deal with customers?
Every job I've had, I've dealt with the public (cashier, telemarketing, sales). I've noticed that I'm slowly losing my patience working with customers, and I feel that I'm better off finding a career that does not involve the public. What kind of jobs should I be looking for? I honestly do not know of any jobs that does not have to deal with any customers. Any input is greatly appreciated!
Asked By: Twit - 1/23/2006
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Oh wow. there are like a million dif jobs out there for you . . . start out by finding the underground guy. the behind the scenes gal. How about a night time stock clerk? cleaning lady for a hotel? bus boy for a restarant, ticket taker on the highway only has to deal with them for a second at a time. auto... More
Answered By: keanweaner - 1/23/2006
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teacher, you only deal with kids you know.
Answered By: iriscai3 - 1/23/2006
Warehouse work or working in the back room of a store. No customer contact at all. How about lawn service? You work w/ customers but only limited. They arent around you like hawks. Or, join the military. They have TONS of jobs that have no customer interaction and they not only train you for it but PAY you to get... More
Answered By: Lori - 1/23/2006
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