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Low skilled jobs are often the most difficult despite being simple because of repetitiveness. amirite?

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Repetition strains your body and your brain. You wouldn't believe the number of cashiers I know who have repetitive motion injuries.

Kionixs avatar Kionix Yeah You Are +7Reply

Being an Uber Driver is pretty low-skill, but I absolutely love it because it doesn't drain my mental energy.

This is coming after a career as a software developer where I was just dead at the end of each day. I had so many stress-related health issues while being a coder.

motorbikemillys avatar motorbikemilly Yeah You Are +7Reply

Worked in the foster care system with kids on the autism spectrum. No experience was needed, and we were paid a little more than min wage. THE HARDEST JOB ON THE PLANET. Jesus couldn't do that job…

@Mytokhondria Worked in the foster care system with kids on the autism spectrum. No experience was needed, and we were paid a...

I find it hard to believe that working with autistic foster kids is "low-skilled" work.

Seems more like they just decided there's nothing our current schooling system does to prepare people for that, so no credentials could indicate skill and they'd just keep hiring people until someone didn't quit.

@Apartlavishness I find it hard to believe that working with autistic foster kids is "low-skilled" work. Seems more like they...

Yup i was an "autism therapist" for a few years, no training, little pay and they basically lied to families about what they were getting...

browndog888s avatar browndog888 Yeah You Are +4Reply
@Mytokhondria Worked in the foster care system with kids on the autism spectrum. No experience was needed, and we were paid a...

I was a behavioral counselor in the foster system for most of my 20s. No education or experience needed, never made more than a dollar over minimum wage, hardest job in the world!

Esp if it's customer facing. Dealing with people in that environment is a special type of hell that deserves at least a livable wage. It takes a great deal of restaint to not want to reach across and strangle some people

Laughs in ADHD .

I was born to do simple repetitive tasks while i daydream about something else.

Customer service is getting paid the legal minimum while saying "yes, I'll be verbally abused for ten hours." You don't see CEOs or executives crying in the freezer.

What do you mean by "difficult"? Mind giving an example?

I couldn't agree more, as a warehouse worker, picking boxes all day is not only back breaking but so repetitive, the money is good though.

@404ChompyNotFound I couldn't agree more, as a warehouse worker, picking boxes all day is not only back breaking but so repetitive...

I've been In Amazon's jungle for many cyber mondays... let people say what they want , but picking , and boxing is what schools should be preparing these kids for...what did u expect a job to be???

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