Questa volta abbiamo cercato: A lot of times, jobs like garbage man, janitor, or construction worker are used as examples of where you “don’t want to end up”, but they are actually contributing to society. What jobs really are the useless ones?
A lot of times, jobs like garbage man, janitor, or construction worker are used as examples of where you “don’t want to end up”, but they are actually contributing to society. What jobs really are the useless ones?
Ed ecco le risposte:
Any type of MLM sales or timeshare sales.
Patent Trolls: companies that just try to buy/own patents for the sole sake of suing people. And when I say suing people I mean sending out a bunch of BS claims like they have the patent for printing technology and trying to bully/intimidate people into settling
Mid level management in large business. You know the groups who have three sr directors supervising two associate directors who supervise one jr director who supervises a manager with an actual team of working humans. All those directors do is make meetings to make meetings to discuss meetings in which new protocols will be rolled out to replace protocol they just remade last quarter but the board and C suites wanted a red-er red on the first slide of the 84 page PowerPoint on how to make the human workers “more productive” by adding an 18step paperwork maze to fill out everyday to assess their productivity.
Many years ago I was driving in South Africa. At a roadworks was a chap waving a red flag that apparently meant ‘go carefully’. Come the evening, the flag was in a traffic cone at the same spot.
The guy was doing a job that could be, and was at night, done by a traffic cone!!!