What career seems to attract an unlikely amount of idiots, despite of being intellectually demanding?

What career seems to attract an unlikely amount of idiots, despite of being intellectually demanding?

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  1. Nurses. I’ve had few AMAZING nurses but most of the time, all the biggest bullies went to study nursing and now there’s an actual problem of workplace bullying in that field

  2. Game Development. In a college that offers it and I’ve seen the most intelligent idiots around going for that major. And I’m one of the biggest intelligent idiots around.

  3. Surprisingly, industrial workers; electricians, carpenters, plumbers, mechanics, etc. You need a *high* amount of skill with math, common sense, working with your hands, the list goes on with the requirements you need to just *begin* in these jobs, yet the amount of goddamn idiots I saw in these positions is hysterical. The amount of OSHA violations is amazing, especially the ones most people seem to think are ‘too minor’ to be reported.

  4. I’ve been working in special education for about a decade now and I’ve found that it unfortunately attracts a lot of complete idiots. Schools are usually so desperate for support staff they’ll pretty much hire anyway.

    Shit, I think the first district I worked for lucked out with me [as being at the very least average, and based on my track record over the last decade], but the head of special education reached out to me **after finding my job please on craigslist.**

  5. All,

    Idiocy is relative

    Santana is a genius on guitar but put him on fortnite he’s a fucking idiot ( I assume )

    There are politician’s who can give speeches other people write for them very well, but can’t do their actual job for ahit

    Doctors who only follow the book and have no actual intuition for their field

    Luke walton won championships riding the bench, won championships as an assistant coach but when he was the head coach he was ass

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