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To Avoid Cubicle Nation, Choose Non-Traditional Employment

By Connor Sullivan

Lots of people wake up each morning and go to a workplace they hate. They sit at their desk wanting to leave, and at the end of the day they are too tired to enjoy their freedom and the things in their lives they actually love. If this is a description of your life, or if this is something you want to avoid before it is too late, there are other options. Careers do exist that suit all types of people. If you can take time to think about the things you enjoy in life, you can choose a career based on these likes and dislikes. For some, office work might be the right choice. They may enjoy a guaranteed paycheck and knowing what to expect each and every day. Others are not going to be fulfilled by that sort of employment. They may be independent, or prefer adventure or altruism. If this is more your style, there are choices for you. The medical industry is always hiring. Los Angeles caregiver jobs and Los Angeles CNA jobs are plentiful. If you are looking for jobs in Los Angeles jobs in CNA, you are in luck!

If the medical community is not for you, but you still are not ready to give in and work behind a desk, consider something that is adventurous. If you have a hobby that you love, it may translate to work. For instance, do you like to rock climb or skydive? There are plenty of opportunities to be an instructor in either of these cases. What if your hobby offers a few less thrills? Than you could lead bike tours, guide a tourist ship, or take people on sightseeing excursions right in your home town. This is great for getting active in the community. This is a great solution for those who grow bored sitting at a computer, talking to the same co-workers day in and day out.

Finally, if fitness is your thing, consider sharing it. Things you love can translate to a great career option. For every hobby, people are out there dying to learn, and you can be the teacher!

Finally, if you are not health-oriented, and not an adventure seeker either, there are still plenty of work options to keep you away from a cubicle prison. Consider working for yourself.

Are there things you enjoy doing that could translate into goods or services for others? If you are artistic or you have special knowledge of a certain field like technology, you may be able to freelance and offer your services to others right from the comfort of your home. If you dread office work, fear not. You can have any career you can envision.

Connor R. Sullivan recently used a professional service to find Los Angeles caregivers jobs for a friend who is in need of a job. His daughter was very pleased that there were many Los Angeles CNA jobs available.

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Sullivan, Connor "To Avoid Cubicle Nation, Choose Non-Traditional Employment." To Avoid Cubicle Nation, Choose Non-Traditional Employment. 22 Jun. 2010. 12 Feb 2016 <>.

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