A writer who doesn't like people is going to have a fun time writing about empty chairs. And what does the medical transcriptionist think he's going to be transcribing anyway? The logical best jobs for people who really didn't like people would be grave diggers or soldiers.
Only about 70% joking here, guys.
I guess I must have missed my calling, since I like working with other people and yet I'm studying computer programming.
And I write as well... damn that makes me a major outcast, good thing I'm not into accounting, 'cause then I would be a goner ;p
if you dont like people,you should work with computers,our any kind of different machines.
What about typing jobs, they dont get time to know what they are actually typing
Working as a computer programmer seems to be the first thing that pops to mind when thinking about "solitary jobs." But I feel as if almost all jobs in the world require human interaction on varying levels...i.e. contacting the employer, following-up with clients, etc.