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What is a well paying job that doesnt require alot of interaction with co workers or customers?

Also it can't require strict vision requirements. I know truck driver and machinist pays alright after a couple of years, but what else? (I can't be a truck driver because I have a bad eye)I am a quiet person and just like to be left alone when I work. Any suggestions? Please be serious.

Asked By: Jokerz - 7/28/2008
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medical transcription requires total concentration and keyboard skills. I have a friend who is blind and she does quite well in that job and talks to no one until she is finished for the day. No interaction except when she calls a doctor for clarification on the transcript... More
Answered By: Sliteofhand - 7/28/2008
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I guess it really depends on what you're good at. If you're looking entry level, i imagine retail warehouse jobs would suffice.
Answered By: BasBallGuy - 7/28/2008
 
a job at home!
Answered By: Rosedolphin101 - 7/28/2008
 
If you like working with computers you can do some IT (Information Technology) work. It'll be just you and your computer, with minimal interaction with co-workers and little to no interaction with customers.
Answered By: Henry - 7/28/2008
 
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Answered By: Sonya - 7/29/2008
 
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