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HeroOfHyrule
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28 Aug 2022, 8:37 pm

How repetitive is your job? If it's really repetitive do you like the fact that it is, or no? If it's not repetitive, do you want a repetitive job instead?

My job is really repetitive. I pretty much get to do the same task all day, everyday. I love it because it's predictable. I follow the same exact routine at work everyday, with little variation, and it makes it easier to function. I've recently started working by myself and it's even better now because I can do everything the exact way I want to.



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29 Aug 2022, 3:09 am

I used to do coding , its not repetitive.
Its requires some creativity of how to express an idea and testing out your solution. I actually got addicted to it cos it was very enjoyable.



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29 Aug 2022, 9:51 am

Lot Lizard

Push carts and load merchandise

Repetitive



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30 Aug 2022, 4:48 am

I wish I could have a less repetitive job but the less repetitive ones usually require brains or customer skills, and I have neither (well, I don't know if I lack customer skills but I don't like the public). So a thick person like me is only good for cleaning jobs - which is very repetitive and never really gets done because you've got to start all over again the next day.


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11 Oct 2022, 5:19 pm

It's a factory so incredibly repetitive.



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11 Oct 2022, 5:38 pm

Dealing with other people's crises with no thanks?
It's very repetitive.