What are some high tier jobs for robots? I work produce in a grocery store, it works.
>stack apples all day like an autism
>draw star wars characters on our weekly specials chalkboard
>always have an angry scowl on my face and act like I'm concentrating really hard
>if somebody tries to talk to me I act like I can't hear them over my fruit stacking concentration
>if they are persistent I'll drop a piece of produce and act mad that they broke my concentration and tell them I don't know anything
>when I get pissed off I go to the cooler and slam rotten fruit all over the wall and scream because nobody goes back there and nobody hears or sees it
>one really stressful day I destroyed a whole pallet of watermelons with a two foot knife and a mallet
>the store manager literally never comes to my little corner of the store
Love produce, OP.
>carry knife in sheath on apron
>trim vegetables all day and drink coffee
>get off work and take a fat dab
We have a Wal-Mart sized store and our produce makes 30k on a solid sunday, so it's nice and steady work but comfy for the wage. Why do NEETs lack such personal discipline? The fruits of my labor do pay off
pun fucking inteded
yea the coffee pot for the store is in my department for some reason, I drink it all day. I only make half what you make but its a small store and I spend a large portion of my day not doing anything. We have a produce manager but I hardly ever work with him, they mostly hired me to babbysit the department because the department manager can't be there all day everyday and the store manager wants someone to make sure we don't run out of things on the shelf when the produce manager isn't there. So I'll walk around and make sure everything is full but I mostly spend my day drawing on the chalkboards and smoking by the dumpster
Librarian. I work part-time in one studying for my degree and I find stocking and organizing the shelves very relaxing. I've mastered the layout of the entire building and I can find the exact spot of any book if you just give me the call numbers.
Learn some basic carpentry and tile setting and you are golden, anon. Spend an hour or two a night doing light reno on you place yourself and you'll turn it into a tidy little mansion for yourself at a fraction of what it'd be if you paid someone else to do it.
do grils like that? and is it expensive? tbqh I'd be content crawling over beer bottles and music equipment like I'm used to but I have been thinking that when I have my own house I might want to start making my place more presentable. Right now I'm interested in landscaping and gardening because I've never had my own yard.
Radiologist/Pathologist are great jobs for robots, hard part is getting through medical school, which is something I recommend only for normies.
>sit in dark room
>look at x-rays
>write down what you see
>make lots of bux
Literally that easy.
im a buffet waiter and it is god tier for robots. u get them their drinks and they help themselves to the buffet. easy as cake. plus we get to eat as much as we like
Research assistant at my university. I work with polymers and shit with a bunch of asians and indians and they hardly speak to me. 10/10 autism because I never have to talk to anyone and at most I speak like twice during an 8-hour day. I hate most people (worked in fast food for 2 years), so I stare at a computer screen for 8 hours and then come home to stare at a computer screen for even longer. It's absolutely fantastic; I couldn't ask for a better job
Grills get wet for good tile work. Not even memeing. I was a contractor. The party shithole decor will last you till maybe 25.
Actual librarian or assistant?
Don't they rage if you don't check in constantly? How are tips given the lack of work?
Office Manager for a heritage museum.
>Used to be two of us in office with three others constantly in and out during the day only for one hour or so each depending on what they needed the computers for.
>Other person who was the Office Manager recently left, I got the promotion
>No other Office Admin so it's just me constantly and the three others sometimes
>Sit answering e-mails.
>Any phone that rings there's always someone else to answer it
>Write stuff on the board sometimes
>Sometimes people come in, ask me to print something, I print it, little communication.
>Sometimes I have to fill in the database with someone's info.
I remember working grocery during highschool and holidays
>Late night shifts alone
>work quickly for the first half
>just hide in the back for the rest of my shift, no one ever looked or checked
>tidy stuff up in the last 30 minutes before closing
I shovel snow and mow lawns, one day I want to get a skidsteer and do landscaping.
I've done painting in the past too and I want to get back into it, comfy as fuck if you are doing it alone.