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What businesses or professions don't use computers ?

In this age of computer technology, can anyone complie a list of businesses or professions that doesn't use computers? With the onslaught of computers programs like e-mail, accounting and other data banks, I find it hard to imagine any workplace that doesn't utilize compuiters somehow. Thanks for your answers!

Asked By: rouschkateer - 6/4/2007
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Everybody must know how to use computers especially with the advent of internet. The internet is a powerful tool of learning. I have a list of jobs / professions (not exhaustive) you can use for reference (they may need to use computer, but not of utmost importance to their jobs... More
Answered By: karhonleong - 6/6/2007
Additional Answers (11)
housekeeper
Answered By: sasha06 - 6/4/2007
 
Lemonade stand!
Answered By: Jon - 6/4/2007
 
car thief
Answered By: Affy - 6/4/2007
 
Yep - you can. (Might be in the text book.)
Answered By: smiling_freds_biz_info - 6/4/2007
 
Landscape labor, Janitorial Staff... thats pretty much all I can think of.
Answered By: opalescent_angel - 6/4/2007
 
I can't find the exact answers. seems every aspect use computer.
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Answered By: Michalle - 6/4/2007
 
Welders, most landscapers, cosmetologists, carpenters, electritions, EMT, daycare providers.....the list could go on.
Answered By: zydeco762002 - 6/4/2007
 
i work for a cabinet shop and we don't use computers, i would say most all cabinet shops DO use computers though, for drafting and just regular business stuff but this shop is owned my Mennonites and they don't seem to really think its necessary, in all reality it ISNT necessary, the world used to turn before computers... More
Answered By: TwistDeadSoul - 6/4/2007
 
stripping.
Answered By: Stacy - 6/4/2007
 
Actually all businesses use computers (or, should) for doing their accounting.
Answered By: jdkilp - 6/4/2007
 
I'm assuming that you don't like computers or cannot use them for some reason... More
Answered By: Simon - 10/22/2013
 
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