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>be paid to walk all day in the Alps (cardio, recovery, glutes and calves gains)
>hotel is paid
>breakfast, lunch and dinner are all paid for
>have job vehicle (gas is paid for)
>conduct survey of vegetation around power lines
>don't need to write lengthy reports, only have to send my GIS info
the pay is shit but since i barely spend anything i can save a bunch of money
is your job more IST than mine?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sounds comfy. Good work geo frog

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      thanks bruh

      sounds like you could be replaced by a drone.

      but yeah i'm jealous, sounds great OP. in blighty we have a lot of canals, and there's various jobs you can get cycling up and down the towpaths of the more remote ones checking and doing very basic maintenance on the locks. it's sortof my dream, but for now i'm sacrificing my youth and health for holidays and a house.

      >sounds like you could be replaced by a drone.
      indeed, i give it about 3 years before this job and my training related skills (forestry) are replaced
      for now i'm chilling and taking advantage of my employers

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >3 years before this job and my training related skills (forestry) are replaced
        get some kind of drone flying qualification, then maybe your job could be to hike to the most remote sections and survey those bits manually / drone aided? lidar sensors are small enough you could fit em on a backpack drone and there's enough distant power infra that there won't be enough signal for an autonomous flight / battery life i would guess

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sounds like you could be replaced by a drone.

    but yeah i'm jealous, sounds great OP. in blighty we have a lot of canals, and there's various jobs you can get cycling up and down the towpaths of the more remote ones checking and doing very basic maintenance on the locks. it's sortof my dream, but for now i'm sacrificing my youth and health for holidays and a house.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >sounds like you could be replaced by a drone
      Thats a good thing.
      If something obviously can be automated and is often automated, but instead you get human interaction, you actually think this is luxury tratment and will pay more.
      OPfrog will earn even more

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Self-employed work from home about 2-3 hours a day tops plenty of free time to walk dog cook work out tend to my garden play vidya read bathe in the sun 🙂

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Is your job more IST than mine?
      No.

      I spent all day sitting in an office doing boring work that I'm morally opposed to and requires just enough concentration that I can't zone out but not so much that it's intellectually stimulating.
      On the other hand, it pays $185/h and my commute is <5 minutes.
      On the other hand

      What kind of work do you guys do exactly?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Is your job more IST than mine?
        No.

        I spent all day sitting in an office doing boring work that I'm morally opposed to and requires just enough concentration that I can't zone out but not so much that it's intellectually stimulating.
        On the other hand, it pays $185/h and my commute is <5 minutes.
        On the other hand

        I work for the State Department in the Refugee Admissions Program screening (that is, rubber stamping) applications.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          you're denying all brown people correct?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      So comfy

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Is firefighting a IST job? I am looking at it despite the pay being pretty bad too

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      firefighting (at least here in France) is IST since you'll be joining a community where everyone knows each other and you'll be one of "them"
      this should open up doors for you, be it socially or for future work opportunities
      i say go for it

      >3 years before this job and my training related skills (forestry) are replaced
      get some kind of drone flying qualification, then maybe your job could be to hike to the most remote sections and survey those bits manually / drone aided? lidar sensors are small enough you could fit em on a backpack drone and there's enough distant power infra that there won't be enough signal for an autonomous flight / battery life i would guess

      that's a pretty good idea honestly, i'll look into tha
      thank you anon

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If can be okay. It depends where you are but if in america you’ll need to be an EMT at minimum and medical side could make up 90% of the work you do. I had zero interest in the medical shit so I quit. In fact I hated everything about the medical shit. I don’t say this to discourage you or anyone reading this but you need to be realistic if you want to be a firefighter. It’s not only competitive in many places in the US, usually entirely based on your network and ability to make new connections, but the nature of the work isn’t exactly fun. Fatties, junkies, bums, mentally ill, people who treat you like shit and attack or spit on you while you’re helping them, frantic family members, potentially have to see a child die, probably will see people die. You will come into contact with blood piss shit mucus. The mucus isn’t just snot, it’s more like you have to suction straight up mucus that’s dark in color and smells horribly and it’s not just a little bit it’s a lot of fricking mucus sometimes, you could literally fill the entire reservoir on your suction device. It’s fricked up.
      >network
      I’m paraphrasing but my best way to describe this is in the words of one of my instructors at medic school. “If we don’t click with you or think you’re a bro or fun to work with we will hire someone else over you even if you know what you’re doing better than them.” He then gave us a real example of his deps hiring process where one guy knew all his shit, answered everything right, got through scenarios perfectly, then they had a guy interview the same day who didn’t know anything despite having all his certs, and because they thought the clueless guy who got it all wrong and seemed like a liability was “cooler” they chose the cooler guy over him.
      Another way, legacy is huge. Got a father uncle or brother on a department? You’re guaranteed a job. Dont? Tough shit

      Not trying to discourage but think hard and look into it talk to people

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Is your job more IST than mine?
    No.

    I spent all day sitting in an office doing boring work that I'm morally opposed to and requires just enough concentration that I can't zone out but not so much that it's intellectually stimulating.
    On the other hand, it pays $185/h and my commute is <5 minutes.
    On the other hand

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >it pays $185/h
      this is an alien concept to my yuropoor mind

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Another fit poster making over 250k a year, let me guess another faang software engineers

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    well i bet on soccer, so lots of research behind my pc unfortunately. but i’ve been busy with a tool that scrapes and checks odds, only need to place the bet once i get the notification and it looks good. only at month 2 but so far profitable. really need to grow and find something more consistent en profitable though

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >walking
    >calf gains

    Kek

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >walking in the ALPS aka MOUNTAINS aka going UP HILL doesn't grow calves
      okay bud

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you're an idiot, as a kid I went to this church camp and it happened to have a shit ton of giant hills with those big railroad ties embedded into the dirt as steps and after the week was over my calves would be shredded

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Furniture moving company. I spend all day doing more intense work than most people will ever do in a gym, then go to the gym afterwards and do shit tons more work. Rich people here tip us hundreds to move their McMansions. Moving pianos and some of their luxury couches, mattresses, desks and China cabinets/similar pieces is far more demanding than any gym lift.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You’re lucky bro. I wanna live there, return to my families home village in the north.

    I just applied to a city maintenance worker position and 5 early morning stocker jobs at petsmart… things are grim right now. The petsmart would pay like $9/hr and I would probably get less than 30 hours a week, probably starting at 3am. Probably they’d force me to be a normal sales associate for the same pay and roughly same hours which is worse because retail is gay. But I’m desperate for a job. The maintenance worker at least is a government job and mostly chill just keeping parks clean. Both of these would at least help me lose the fat quicker so I can go into the military.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      come home Alpine brother

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Working on it man. Doing military for money and skills, then I’ll be able to relocate. I get sick looking at content from where my family comes from. Small villages in the mountain valleys surrounded by forests, any human development is old brick work, none of this concrete jungle shit I’m surrounded by. If I can get work lined up asap I’ll spend all I’ve managed to save on a house and go immediately.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          good on ya
          not sure how it is on your side of the Alps but as long as you enjoy drinking at village festivals, hunting, hiking and general peacefulness you'll feel right at home
          though knowing the same few people can get boring, especially if they don't like you since word spreads awfully fast

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've got an extremely unfit job. MRI tech. I just sit for 12 hours and every once in a while get patients on tables. I can't even bring in most workout equipment because of magnet safety. I got some exercise bands, but they seem useless.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      could you not bring a sandbag? plenty of stuff you can do with a heavy one

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >lumber yard
    Yeah. It is destroying me, though.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      damn, hope the pay is worth it
      i did some logging for around a year and stopped cuz of how it was already killing my finger joints and gave me tendonitis in both my arms
      so i feel you

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a deckhand on harbor cruises.

    Upsides:
    >short cruises (1-3 hour length)
    >lots of sitting around during start and end of shift
    >putting on / taking up heavy rope, soaked in water usually so even heavier
    >using block and tackle to pull up and down steel gangways
    >pulling body weight around to move sewage lines around ship
    >throwing 100-200 people's worth of trash on the regular (high intensity training if you want it to be)

    Downsides:
    >insane and random hours, need a sleeping bag to sleep on vessel sometimes
    >zero rest, PRs are hardcapped at 1/2/3/4 due to lack of rest
    >have epilepsy (medicated) so it's hard for me to climb to be a captain because of coast guard rules (flying under radar rn because the ships are <100 tons fleet wide, so it doesn't require a license and therefore a medical exam)

    I live to be on the water so it's fine for now but I'm losing my mind with these hours, I have to talk with my boss weekly just to make sure I have enough time between shifts to sleep. I have a shift at 1900-0400 so I gotta get this workout done quick.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    im a literal architect basically 10h in front of a desktop and sometimes go to construction sites

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    should I join the merchant marines? I hear it's a good option for people who have nothing going for them in life, no college, no connections IRL.

    or what about an alaskan fish factory

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Somewhat similar job. I do utility pole inspections so it’s a lot of walking and sometimes light hiking depending on where I’m at. Definitely covers my cardio needs.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Software engineer:
    >wake up
    >log on
    >make some coffee and breakfast
    >write some code
    >"lunch break": go to gym/jog/bike ride
    >come home and eat lunch while reading the news
    >write some code
    >work day done, workout already done and still have all my free time left.
    Living the dream

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I know software engineering has become the go-to IST job but I think I would want to blow my brains out if I had to just stare at code for work.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    is air traffic control IST? I'm gonna be in the academy for the next few months.

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