Have you noticed certain jobs are always chock-full of d*****bags? We asked what professions attract the worst kinds of people.
“I have some friends who are stockbrokers. I love them, but man, they are some bull**** artists.
And not like, “Oh, they’re a good salesman and could sell you anything,’. No, it’s like they make s**t up as they go along and try to sound confident in what they say.”
Those “pyramid scheme” organizations: “They’re all bullies and manipulators. The worst kind of people that will tell you that your brother’s funeral is a good place to recruit “investors.”
Another user agreed: “I had the creepiest guy at a family dinner want to sell me products and told me how he made millions for other people as if you enticed me into his bull****.”
One user said: “Was in the scene for a while in a small town, and soon realized I wanted out. Big egos mixed with stimulants and few opportunities for gigs don’t mix well.”
Another agreed: “I do not understand, at ALL, why the f*** so many DJs have the most massive ego. It’s ridiculous.”
“It’s really amazing that everyone pretty much universally hates paparazzi, but somehow they stay in business. They’re not working for free.
We have a culture obsessed with celebrity gossip, but nobody likes to see how the sausage is made.”
Property agents have long since had a rep as being shady, exploitative individuals.
“I have had a few friends that have become realtors. They are hardly recognizable as the same people. Vain, shallow, and 100% of the time they are in character and trying to sell.”
“I majored in architecture for two years, and to this day, I remember the pretentious, arrogant, almost self-worshiping attitude that career field has.”
Another shared: “One of the big reasons I dropped out of the architecture program was that most of my peers were pretentious and hostile a**holes.”
“Double-edged sword, because it attracts the best and the worst. The best want to help, protect, and do good. The WORST want exact authority over people.
Power-hungry a**holes who are insecure and have short fuses and low tolerance for defiance.”
Tow Truck Drivers
“At least 80% of all the tow truck drivers I’ve met have been felons, and about 98% have been shady d***heads.”
Another user shared, “One of them told me that we just needed to get [her car] out of the highway, and he would release it. I fell for it and let him take it. Well, he lied he didn’t want to release my car until I paid him $500”.
“I swear those people are always looking to create trouble so they can exercise their right to kick a**.”
“Former bouncer in my youth, and I can 100% confirm that most of the drama we were in was caused by the two biggest guys that just wanted to f*** with people and brag about it while we were having our after-shift drinks.”
“Probably 99% of the Soldiers are good, honest people. The nature of the job just simply attracts some sickos.”
“The problem with the military is just keeping enough bodies, so they ignore or put up with some of the worst people! Most of the military are decent people, but there is a small percentage that are absolute psychopaths!”
Cheffing has long since been an industry rife with abuse, of which has almost been glamorized by certain celebrity chefs.
“Chef work is the only job I’ve been in where almost everyone has an addiction, and most have been to prison.”
Another industry that is notorious for attracting shady people who are drawn to power and control.
“Anyone who looks around a country of 330 million people and thinks, “You know what? I should be in charge of” has at least a moderate case of megalomania.”
“I swear to God. Salesmen have an uncanny knack for justifying immoral decisions.”
Maybe it’s because it’s so frequently paid in piece rate so they will quite literally do/say anything to get the sale, even if it’s 100% false.”
“There are lots of great people in that field, but it also attracted the most manipulative and destructive a**hole I’ve ever known.
He’s a licensed therapist now, and I feel sorry for anyone who crosses his path.”
“Not all nurses are mean girls, but all mean girls are nurses.”
Another user weighed in: “Sorry, but – nurses? All the b**ches from my high school became nurses.”
“Worked two months at a large metro-area Chevrolet dealer.
Felt like a priest at a wh****house. Absolute bunch of criminals dressed in a layer of legal protection.”
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