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I am looking for a job that you can sit down at most of the time and has little to no writing involved?

I am looking for a job that you can sit down at most of the time and has little to no writing involved?

Asked By: Sag50 - 4/9/2007
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cashier tractor driver bus driver bulldozer operator crane operator UPS delivery
Answered By: Thomas K - 4/9/2007
Additional Answers (11)
Good Luck
Answered By: samuelmassingill - 4/9/2007
 
Telemarketing. . .
Answered By: Glam Sam - 4/9/2007
 
Call Center phone person, but you have to type
Answered By: upthcrek - 4/9/2007
 
checkout person in a supermarket??
Answered By: billies_bunny - 4/9/2007
 
How about telemarketing/customer service?
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Answered By: Sweet n Sour - 4/9/2007
 
I know of two great ones. Welfare and Social Security. Jeeez. Get off your ass and work for christ's sake.
Answered By: Puleeeze - 4/9/2007
 
The job of a receptionist will fit that description nicely. But I don't recall ever seeing a male receptionist. A computer animator will also have that kind of job. You sit all day long, in front of the computer. Of course you don't do any writing, but you will be doing a lot of drawing.
Answered By: Robert with a hat - 4/9/2007
 
Bus Driver
Answered By: lalalareallynutz - 4/9/2007
 
Paperweight.
Answered By: James - 4/9/2007
 
Telephone operator, receptionist, security booth, toll booth.
Answered By: lawmom - 4/9/2007
 
Government back bencher - but you have to train yourself to not snore during parliment sittings
Answered By: wizebloke - 4/9/2007
 
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