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09/29/2009 03:14 PM

Jobs for Paranoid People?

TygerGrrl
TygerGrrl  
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Does anyone that has paranoia have a job that they are successful at or know of any good job types that a paranoid person could work at successfully?

Or is this a silly question???? LOL Laughing

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09/29/2009 04:22 PM
ray2135

Hey Tyger - I worked as a mechanical erngineer for 35 years. Often times engineering jobs are sorta the type of job where you sit in a small office by yourself a lot of the time.

09/29/2009 06:38 PM
Ele
Posts: 2030
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I am no help at all. I am disabled due to my bipolar. I do babysit my grandchildren part time. I hope you find something that you like to do. The jobs I have liked the best were the ones where I was largely unsupervised and working alone. Customer service is what I liked the best.

09/29/2009 07:37 PM
jenjen12
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Hi Misty, my sister has had a very successful job for several years! She constantly struggles with her relationships with her co-workers, and looks for new jobs from time to time, but surprisingly enough is able to keep the same job and does really well at it! She does employment placement for large manufacturing firms.

09/29/2009 09:52 PM
TygerGrrl
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Wow those are good suggestions....I have been told by a doctor that I need to go on disability and by my work history I would have to agree but not sure if it is what I want to do or not....Sad

I am thinking about going back to school and already have my AA degree in liberal arts so now decision time!

Thanks for all the replies!!!!


05/27/2011 09:00 PM
ibrebel1
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JOIN THE MILITARY

05/28/2011 09:31 AM
Ele
Posts: 2030
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So you are in the military. I wondered from your other post. I am proud of you for serving your country.
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