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What are some good careers for someone who hates the corporate environment but likes the income?

I don't want to have to hide my tattoos, wear the tie, answer to executives who are all on the verge of their 3rd stress-related stroke, or deal with the usual monotony of it all. I have a degree from a great college, have worked higher level (executive) jobs in sales and manufacturing management. I have been quite successful, but always hated going to work. Any ideas??? I'm drowning...

Asked By: TC - 7/17/2007
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Of course. . .Do something else! Don't do something you hate because you will regret it sooner or later!
Answered By: Starte M - 7/17/2007
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It sounds like you are in a very common dilemma. You have an education, you're motivated to make money and succeed, but your disenchanted with the corporate world... More
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Answered By: Cash ideas Now - 7/17/2007
 
ummmmmm......chef?
Answered By: adamtxstud - 7/17/2007
 
Most likely you need to gain some business experience, then go out on your own. At the least, follow your passions. Nothing worse than being employed for most of your life doing things you hate... More
Answered By: Seattle Guy - 7/17/2007
 
Many creative jobs and agency jobs out there don't require a strict dress code. Advertising Creative is one of them. Owning your own business is obviously another. Any job in management will likely though require you to wear a suit if for no other reason than to make a good impression on others. Not knowing your... More
Answered By: lemurmunk - 7/17/2007
 
can you take freelance jobs and work from home? ps is there anyone who likes working in the corporate environment?
Answered By: Maggiezine - 7/17/2007
 
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