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Old 02-12-2008  
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Have you tried working in a job with customer service?
Yeah I've tried working with customer service for a while. Rather than help me become more comfortable around people it was destructive to my self-confidence to the point where I couldn't even function at work. I didn't and couldn't get anything done. Not that I really expected working in these places to be something that would help me adjust to working highly social environments (that works for some people and not for others) but I figured I'd give it a try. But pretty soon everyday became nothing more than anxiety about going to work, greater anxiety on the way there, and crippling anxiety when I arrived. I'm sure others can relate.

After a while it felt like such a pointless exercise in futility that I became depressed enough to lose sight of any purpose whatsoever in life. What I thought would be a step forward for me turned out to be 20 steps back.
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Here's a good data entry course: Medica; transcription. You'll have to learn a lot in order to succeed, but these guys allow you to do it on your own time and then hook you up with an at-home job with one of the dozens of companies they supply workers for. Check it out at careerstep.com (then navigate to the medical transcription part).

Postal work sounds like a good job too. Musician is my dream, but my stage presence is a little off [Lol]


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Here's a good data entry course: Medica; transcription. You'll have to learn a lot in order to succeed, but these guys allow you to do it on your own time and then hook you up with an at-home job with one of the dozens of companies they supply workers for. Check it out at careerstep.com (then navigate to the medical transcription part).

Postal work sounds like a good job too. Musician is my dream, but my stage presence is a little off [Lol]


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Thank you very much for the info SilentType. I deeply appreciate it.
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