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We all need jobs unless you were born with unlimited funds...and if so you hiring? But we all need jobs, and some people thing there are some jobs out there that are straight-up frauds. So Reddit asks
“What profession do you consider to be a bunch of scam artists?”
- Timeshare salespeople."
- "Telemarketers, for sure."
- "Carnival barkers trying to lure you to a rigged or unwinnable game of hitting the pins where they are glued to the table."
- "Chiropractors. I'm not denying that they can be helpful, but from the majority of what I've heard from family and friends, they aren't."
- "Politicians. They tell you what you want to hear, get money from you to run for office, they get your vote to be elected, but once they're in office, they don’t really do anything for you unless you are rich."
- "Recruiters. The whole concept is a lie. While they say they want to find long-lasting employees for employers, they are also constantly undermining stability and making huge money while doing so."
- "Anyone dealing in cryptocurrency."
- "I have no respect for life coaches. They have no regulations they have to abide by, and their practices often aren’t based on actual, empirical science. There’s a reason counseling requires years of schooling."
- "Art dealers."
- "US healthcare worker here: healthcare, but not the people at the bedside. I’m talking about the money-grubbing monopoly that's in charge of billing."
- "Management consultants."
- "When you realize their job is to be the scapegoat for a policy that actual management wanted to implement but knew would be unpopular, they make a lot more sense."
- "Pastors and preachers. If I could sleep at night, I would talk on Wednesday and Sunday and take 10% of your income, too."
- And finally..."Supreme Court Justice."
Do you have a job that makes this scam list?