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What if you are claustrophobic
if your house is really small, forget about being a Home Telemarketer…»
if you're a claustrophobe – afraid of tight spots and cramped little rooms. The mere thought of being locked up makes your heart race and eyes pop. Here's a list of jobs that would be good for you, along with a list of careers to avoid in your current state. Unless – of course – you are planning to beat this fear, in which case I'd recommend seeking professional help first
- Gardener is an obvious choice. Even the dingiest little terrace is safe for you.
- On that note, why not be a Lumberjack? As long as you don't crawl into hollow trees you'll be fine.
- Or take up Sailing, as long as you're prepared to sleep on deck.
- A really nice one is the Guy Who Rents Out Beach Chairs. You just know a job like that would be perfect for you.
- Or maybe a Polar Exlorer.
Ok, that's all fine, but what you really need is a list of jobs to avoid. Things may look good on paper, but in practice the following jobs will have you sweating like an otter within minutes:
- For starters, don't be a Tunneller. Even though you are not afraid of tunnels, making them is something else.
- Steer clear of Lift Maintenance as well. Sooner or later you'd have to test your own work.
- Best not get into Undertaking either. The concept of burial will cause many a nightmare, especially after you've heard all the icky stories.
- Don't dream about being a Fighter Pilot, an Astronaut or even a Formula One Driver either. Those cockpits are really cramped.
- And if your house is really small, forget about being a Home Telemarketer.
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