If you actively seek a job where you only have to work 5 min/hr, you will get a job where you have to do 90 min of work per hour.
I had a job with mediocre pay where I basically sat on my butt and texted/browsed the internet on my phone while occasionally actually doing something. It was fun at first but after awhile it sucked. I struggled with unemployment for a bit and then found a job that pays extremely well where I work my ass off and it is far more rewarding.
OP, if you go into the navy/air force with that attitude, I can guarantee you that you will get a dishonorable discharge. Once that happens, getting a cushy do-nothing-pays-well job will be out of your reach for the rest of your life. Work hard now and reap the rewards later.
How long do you want to continue these threads? With your mature attitude, perhaps the army is the right place for you. Wading through some mud and afterwards getting ordered to clean your rooms with a toothbrush until they are clean could cure your lazyness
But honestly I wouldn't call them crap just because they aren't Grunts. Honestly the reason I find the military boring, is because the past year for me has been full of downtime. I have no problem with working, I have a problem with being at work with nothing to do.
Either I ruined myself by working 2 full time jobs for years before joining, or everyone has it down to the point where they can say "Oh this base is so freaking busy" Yet when you spend a day in their work center, it's hours of sitting around doing nothing.
Oh look. This guy again with yet *another* post about wanting a job with free time.
Seriously, no one is going to hire you with your attitude, either change it, or stop making BS threads asking stupid questions when you have been answered about 20x already.
Yes. jobs like that exist during peacetime during quiet periods, but OP would never get in the military judging by the post history.
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Clearly the OP will never get into the military so he needs to look for public sector positions. The public sector is overstaffed with people who do very little. That is why in many countries they are making a large number of these people redundant with no noticeable effect on the "service" these departments offer.
I've only had two proper jobs (in the private sector) but both have afforded plenty downtime, from observing others I am fairly certain that it's not uncommon for it to be this way. Although generally speaking the more menial the job (security guard notwithstanding) the more the chances are that you don't get this downtime. Think cleaner, shop assistant etc.
And the OP is destined for an entire lifetime of menial, soul destroying jobs.
OP are you going to continue to posts these threads until you get the job you are looking for? i would really rather you didn't. You have asked this question before. Several times before. You have received answers. This is now degrading into spam.
Get a grip man! It's CHEESE!
Can I still join if I'm not a British citizen?
BTW somebody posted something about how he got a work 30 min a day job in the military after coming back from Korea by automating the computer work. Why was it deleted?
I thought they give you time to work out to get in shape if you can't pass basic training.
What about thin people? Do weak, thin people stand a chance? After all, it might be more possible to go from thin to fit than fat to fit.
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Hate to be off topic, but didn't make much sense.
Anyway, OP. You won't be lucky enough to find a "do nothing" job unless you are a supervisor or it is your own business or something, and then the whole place will struggle. Everyone needs to work if you expect to ever be able to pay bills and such.
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