Allison Hinkle
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Need Help Brainstorming

Hello. I have only worked in retail. I hate that and I refuse to work in food service. I am not good with people and have lots of social anxiety. I have excellent writing skills but don't have a degree. I am going to school online and can only handle 20 hour work weeks. I am in need of the type of jobs that a high school diploma and some college can qualify for that will not require too much human interaction. Can anyone suggest these sorts of jobs?

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TW H

Look for general clerical work in offices, they are out there, you may have to apply in person for better opportunities. Receptionist positions also!

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Elle Nonya

Agreed. Stay in an office setting that doesn't handle clients or patients.

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William Tamashiro

I would suggest something on the back end of the scale like call center or in logistics like warehousing or Trucking it's very easy Tuesdays to get a CDL they even have classes in college for it which is retarded you don't need a college class for it just read the book and take the test the and if you can get yourself certified for hazardous material you can make a good amount of money in trucking Hazmat truckers can make you know hundred thousand a year if the hollow right loads and the Hazmat test isn't that hard either you just need to read the book and take the test but if you're not into reading the book and taking the test like I previously stated you can spend the money and take the three semesters at a college to get your CDL and Hazmat the other thing you can look into is being a loadmaster main Airlines use loadmasters seaports use loadmasters heck FedEx even uses loadmasters so does Amazon for that matter those are the things I can think of that you don't have to interact directly with the customer you just got to deal with your co-workers in those cases or the boredom of long drives

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Amanda Lewis

Maybe try medical billing and coding. Many of these jobs have you working from home or in an office by yourself without your boss hanging over your shoulder. There are many online courses and financial aid is available for almost all of them. I too have social anxiety issues and for a long time it seemed this would be the only way to be part of the work force. I finished my 2 year program in like 5 months the us career institute and they have programs to help you find work once you graduate otherwise they reimburse you for up to $400 I think.

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Amanda Lewis

I hope you find something that works for you dear.

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Jeremiah Gupton

There are vocational training,heating ventilation systems, and automotive/collision repair. Plus welding.

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Charlene Torrence

Apply with Allied Universal working second and third shift will allow you not to have that much interaction with others otherwise open your own one person business because do you know the billions of human beings their are to interact with just stepping out your front door and oh how terrible I miss it. Retail Saavy associate!!

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Yvonne Hill

Remote positions are best for you. Job search employers who have need of specific skills you have. Forward thinking and help the employer see your wealth to his company. You will have to work on site for a few months but you knowing this is going to end should reduce your anxiety. In addition to this please talk and write about how you are feeling and determined which emotions require your attention. Once you work through these few months or a little more, who knows. You can advance to remote working or it things change do both remote and site. Good luck!

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Earlearl Sapp

Try wearhouses not much with the piblic, just co workers.

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Delisa Hall

Housekeeper. Com.

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