what are some jobs that dont require customer interaction? and not a lot of speaking?

I ask because im having some throat problems and speaking is difficult. Im currently out of work and getting back to it. What are some jobs where talking customer/interaction is minimum. I cant really be a receptionist anymore.

Asked By: Questions - 7/10/2008
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Answered By: Genderbiased - 7/10/2008
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just a little office job or personal assitant.
Answered By: Another ripped canvas - 7/10/2008
Answered By: tharealcognac - 7/10/2008
I forget what the job is called, but at the bank the people that handle the checks and put it in the system for your statements.
Answered By: Ann N. Cephalic - 7/10/2008
Maybe working in the back of a store, like shipping and receiving, or merchandising. I know some super markets have stock people who stock shelf's at night when the store is closed.
Answered By: Lenny - 7/10/2008
Well you really narrowed your chances since a lot of jobs consist of speaking or customer service but perhaps maybe some sort of office that you can do billing where you ait on a computer and don"t necessarily speak to anyone. I'm pretty sure you need experience but some companys are willing to train for billing on the... More
Answered By: Gianna - 7/10/2008
Or jobs in a production type atmosphere. warehouse, order pulling, packing, distribution.
Answered By: gypsy g - 7/10/2008
Answered By: Devid - 7/10/2008
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