People Call Out Professions They Consider BS

For most of us, work is a necessary part of life, but that doesn’t mean all jobs are respected as work. We’ve all wondered how some people actually get paid for what they do and a Reddit thread digs into this topic by asking, What is the most bullsh*t profession that actually exists?”

People have a lot of opinions on this one, as more than 15-thousand responses have come in so far, and these are some of the best.

  • “Promotional speaker. ‘Let me tell you how I became successful charging you $10,000 to speak about how I get $10,000!’”
  • “NYC apartment brokers. I hate having a middleman. The only way it would make sense to me is if they were there to negotiate on my behalf, but instead they are incentivized to do the very opposite”
  • “Anyone who says they have an ‘investing strategy’ 100% makes money from selling this bullsh*t and couldn't make money investing in a million years”
  • “Whatever the person who's in charge of making the malware and annoying redirect ads is called.”
  • “The jerk off at insurance companies who gets to choose if a medical procedure is covered.”
  • “Psychic. Any kind, especially those who prey on people mourning the dead and convincing them they are speaking”
  • “People from high school selling Ponzi schemes. ‘Hey queens 💅💋 did you know 🔍✏️ that you can make 5 BILLION dollars 💵💰💲💲💲 from HOME 🏘 every MONTH ⌚️ by simply joining MY team 👩🏻👫👬👭👨‍👨‍👧‍👦 and selling this AMAZING ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 product????’”
  • “Televangelists.”
  • “Pet communicator”
  • "Life Coaches, especially the ones in their 20s. Listen. You don't know sh*t about sh*t. And if your coach title doesn't start with a sport in front of it, you're a fraud.”
  • “Once worked at a company where they had social media officers, whose jobs were to go through instagram and like and comment on photos of hot people. They earned more than I did (no idea how)”
  • “My sister used a ‘camp consultant’ to find a summer camp for her kid. I'm still in shock that that is a real job. And that my sister hired one.”
  • “Assistant to the Internet Influencer's Manager. They ACTUALLY had this as their email signature.”
  • “Predatory tow truck drivers.”
  • “Paparazzi”
  • “My immediate supervisor.”

Source: Reddit

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