Do you work at a so-called "Bullshit" job?

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16 Nov 2019, 6:10 pm

Trueno wrote:
Just a few come to mind...

Vloggers, bloggers, professional video-gamers, professional celebrities (famous for being famous, but without actually doing anything) and members of think-tanks.


You didn't read the article. The author decries how folks must toil and "cant persue their own personal visions"...which probably means ...doing things ...like being vloggers and blogger, etc.

I have read several paragraphs and I still haven't gotten to where he gives actual examples of what he calls "bullshit jobs".



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16 Nov 2019, 6:11 pm

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I'm a dishwasher/janitor.

Doesn't get more "bullsh_t" than that.


Those are rather essential tasks.

They may suck to do, and may not look good on your resume. But they are hardly "bs jobs".



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16 Nov 2019, 8:12 pm

Psychologist


Their field is the diagnostic statistical manual, not emotions and relationships

Not many things fall neatly within the dsm


They earn $$$ to sit around flapping their stupidass trap s**t


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