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    Re: Ghost Jobs?

    Thanks for the information!

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    Re: Ghost Jobs?

    I work in a factory that produces "things" for the Ministry of Defense, but cannot say too much. Needless to say I work in sealed room, with blast proof doors. I see my manager for 30 mins every Monday to receive orders for the week. I then work a forty hour week completely on my own, sealed away for safety. I see security every morning, to sign in, and then again at night, to sign out. I once went three weeks and only said eighty five words (yes, I count them [autism]).

    It is a perfect job for me. It pays extremely well. I work my own hours. I get Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off every week. To anyone that loves solitude (and can pass the security checks) I highly recommend the armaments industry.

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    What's your motivation for limiting yourself to ghost jobs, instead of being open to standard jobs in which you just maintain your boundaries? I'm not criticizing the desire for a ghost job, but am wondering why boundaries at a standard job wouldn't suit you.

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    Re: Ghost Jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Katsu View Post
    What's your motivation for limiting yourself to ghost jobs, instead of being open to standard jobs in which you just maintain your boundaries? I'm not criticizing the desire for a ghost job, but am wondering why boundaries at a standard job wouldn't suit you.
    This thread is older than dirt, the OP is long gone. But it went four pages so there was interest.

    As you say, you can more or less ghost any job. But that don't mean you shouldn't keep your eyes open for something better. That's what this thread was about. Some of it's going to be dated, but you can get some good info as well.

    Night shift used to be a good ghost job, but todays probably different.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katsu View Post
    What's your motivation for limiting yourself to ghost jobs, instead of being open to standard jobs in which you just maintain your boundaries?
    First, the social landscape of all jobs are not alike. That means a ghost must fashion and maintain different boundaries depending on the situation. For example, I used to travel for a living and thus was rarely in one spot long enough to become familiar to the people working there. That meant fashioning and maintaining boundaries was relatively easy for me; I was never around long enough at either the clients' sites or my home office to attract repeated interest.

    Second, just as each job requires different boundaries, individual ghosts will find those different boundaries either harder or easier to fashion and maintain. Jackoff, for example, recently mentioned in another thread that his coworkers are mostly young(ish) women. Having to deal with coworkers like that would be wearying for me over the long term. I have an avuncular demeanor so people of both sexes tend to confide in me and ask advice much to my (hopefully) concealed embarrassment.

    Third, you can grow tired of fashioning and maintaining any boundaries at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by secularscientist View Post
    I'd strongly recommend a career in the red-hot disciplines of data science and analytics. One absurd term you will hear all the time in BS corporate-speak is "big data" which really only means very high volumes of information captured in institutional databases.

    With a background in computer science (particularly programming languages such as R, SAS, SPSS, MATLAB, etc.) combined with knowledge of statistics/economics/engineering, one can easily earn low six figures in a telecommute job. Yes, a real work from home job that you can do in your pajamas and make over $100k a year. Add in some clinical expertise (MD, PharmD, RN, etc.) to work in healthcare research specifically, and your price just went up 150-200% to start.

    The extremely low level of interaction with vapid and useless cunts is a huge bonus. It is extremely hard to find folks with these advanced degrees and skill sets, but the staff I've interviewed and hired are almost always (I'd estimate 95% over the last decade) male. Don't believe the anti-intellectual anti-university bullshit. College can and does pay off. I'm living proof. Just don't major in sports science or basket weaving or feminist menstrual blood art and you may have a fighting chance yet. Pursue a STEM field and multiple degrees (yes I said double down) and add difficult computer languages to your CV and I guarantee doors will open. This is a ridiculously difficult path, but a rewarding one. Frost's The Road Not Taken applies here: choosing the hard journey makes all the difference.
    “Don't believe the anti-intellectual anti-university bullshit. College can and does pay off. I'm living proof. Just don't major in sports science or basket weaving or feminist menstrual blood art and you may have a fighting chance yet. Pursue a STEM field and multiple degrees (yes I said double down) and add difficult computer languages to your CV and I guarantee doors will open. This is a ridiculously difficult path, but a rewarding one.”


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    Re: Ghost Jobs?

    I'd suggest getting into IT if you're looking for a ghost job. I work in IT and whilst there are women around, it's very easy to avoid contact or get into unnecessary chat. I generally keep my profile low - although admittedly, there is one very loud, vocal woman I work with and she has taken a like to me. She has shouted my name from the rooftops and enabled me to progress. I have to be careful about it because she has the power to make or break you. A smile and a very light bit of chatter here and there keeps her on-side. I always be sure to be in a public area with her whenever we do speak to avoid being me-too'd.


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