For those who can't live a lifetime of NEETdom
I would love to be a mailman
>ride around alone all day
>don't ever have to interact with people
The little truck is like your second home, it's very utilitarian so you can smoke in it and do whatever and no one will know because it's a small metal box with an engine and wheels that no one cares about except you
Y'all guise should think about carpentry. Learn a trade and you make good money and have a job for life, in a field that's actually enjoyable and has a great working atmosphere.
the mailtruck doesnt belong to you. you have to return it to the post office at the end of the day. they will know if you smoked in it.
I think what you would really like to do is become a trucker.
>be a part-time home-repairs electrician doing small jobs
>drive a company van around town to replace old peoples' ceiling fans and wall sockets
>make 50+/hr for doing almost nothing
>tfw I'm an industrial-construction electrical apprentice now and 90% of my time is digging trenches or other taco-tier work
I'd also love to be what my romanticized idea of a park ranger is, i.e. drive your company vehicle around beautiful parks and basically shoot the breeze all day while telling a couple faggots to stop lighting fires outside fire-designated areas. Basically anything slow-paced and non-intensive, I'm a huge fucking faggot and enjoy living life as slowly as possible.
>up all night
>drive BIG rig, laugh at chads cucked out family minivan
>autistic radio pals
>truckers are all bros
>killing prostitutes and runaway white 16yos stacies for fun
>you will never be a security guard
>you will never spend your working hours sitting around shitposting and watching TV
>you will never have that one single story of that one time a guy tried to rob the place in your entire career
>you will never get to live out you little chinese girl cartoons and save the day
If you're working, do you do cabinetry-type small stuff or framing work? I've done both, and although of course I prefer cabinetry the framing/construction carpentry is a much easier field to get into. I wouldn't recommend any non-skilled worker to try to get into cabinetry, especially seeing as how Walmart and related particle-board/cardboard-peddling monstrosities are taking such a huge cut out of the trade.
Besides, there's no pride in tacking a particle-board piece of shit to a homeowner's wall, even if you're being paid California union wages to do it.
I work in a steel mill and sit in a shack all day playing on my phone/psp and listening to music/reading. I just get up every few minutes and toss a band around a steel coil. My one friend just plays his weeb ds games all day.
Not bad for 20 an hour and 30 overtime.
My dream job list since a kid
-Baker / a shop owner full of sweets: I guess I liked the idea of having food around me, never thought about the hard work that's actually behind it
Cyclist: The day after I learnt to ride a bike. Then a friend told me to not be stupid, I got butthurt and threw my dream for the Tour de France to the trash
Cartoonist / Comic artist: Yeah, that dream really got far.
I know a fellow Aspie who used to work as a property inspector for a bank. He would inspect property that had been foreclosed. He said it was kinda nice working alone and at his own pace, but that a lot of time (when he was just inspecting the outside) there was no bathroom. He said he quit because he was ending up pissing and/or shitting himself on a regular basis (he was extremely high when he was telling me this). I was tempted to ask him if he had worn or at least considered wearing some sort of protection such as disposable underwear or diapers, but I just didn't say anything. He quit that job before I met him and he is unemployed still.
actually city carriers (like the one posted in op's pic) don't own their mailtrucks, but rural carriers do (or at least are able to).
my dad was a mailcarrier and used his own car as his mail vehicle. he would have to specially purchase right-hand drive versions of cars, often ones specifically customized for that type of work (think brakes, they get used 10x more on mail cars than usual cars).
he also got a repetitive stress injury in his right shoulder from making the same motion (extending arm out window to put mail in mailbox) over and over, and his right arm was unnaturally tan compared to the rest of him.
good benefits tho.
>actually city carriers (like the one posted in op's pic) don't own their mailtrucks, but rural carriers do (or at least are able to).
Yeah I live in a rural area and see that most mailmen drive white Jeep Wranglers with the blinking orange LEDs and the spare tire cover says 'US Mail'
i want to be a computer technician,it's not really that hard to build a computer you just gotta put right parts in right places
also get to laugh to chads and stacies who can't put processor to it's motherboard and make them pay for i7-5960x when they needed it only for work
Guy in charge of exhibits at an art museum
>get to be around art all day
>get to set up and handle invaluable pieces
>make a decent buck
>a lot of desk work, but hey it's just desk work
>rarely get called to do anything
>when shit does go down get to put on tacticool gear and walk around with unique firearms
>job stability, especially with impending civil unrest
>self-explanatory as to why it's great for a robot
UPS/ USPS delivery man (preferably assigned to rural postal codes)
>get to ride around the country side all day
>probably get to listen to tunes, podcasts, and audiobooks
>good pay for really simple work
My only motivation in life is knowledge on physics and how can I properly teach it.
Imaging being an 85 year old professor who has cancer, but who still every morning wakes up at 5 am to get to the the uni in slme shitty 15 year old car.
This is what I will put for having a single student of mine smile and say " this shit is beautiful ". To know you could influence a generation of idiots into a path of rigoour, beauty and truth is the best feeling you will ever experience.
A tenured professor, though being a research professor is better in some regards (you can't get tenure if all you do is research). All I want to do is get my MA in Economics and PHD in Political Science and spend all day writing about political theories.
That shouldn't be out of reach especially if you made high marks
A lot of professors start out getting hired right out of there programs (starting as TAs and working up of course)
I want to own a restaurant, or a small dinner. I really enjoy cooking food and that's the only thing I do lately. The shittiest joke is because of a stomach problem I do not even eat that much. But even then I enjoy the process of preparing different dishes, trying out new spice combinations and so on more than I ever do eating anything.
Probably one of the more realistic ones, actually (if American at least). The US's farmers are dangerously old, and many states will give you free land in exchange for starting a farm and promising to run it for a certain number of years without selling it. They'll probably want a degree in soil management or some shit you can get from a community college, and a small investment on your part to by tractors and seeds and shit, but way, way easier than becoming a tenured professor.