Do you hate it that you have to deal with other human beings in the workplace? Some people work best if they are just left alone. Listed below are twelve jobs that require minimal interaction with others.
1. Editors/Proof Readers
Because proofreading requires concentration, you will probably be alone in a quiet room most of the time.
Because you can write anywhere, you are not really restricted to being in any place with anyone.
If technology is your thing, consider being a software developer. Developers occasionally meet to discuss design and progress, otherwise, they would be alone coding most of the time.
4. Maintenance Jobs
Not all maintenance is done in a team. Plumbers and electricians can accomplish most tasks alone.
Accept projects from remote locations. Payment and delivery are made online without you ever having to leave your home. Examples: freelance programmers, freelance graphic designers, freelance writers, etc.
6. CCTV Surveillance Officer
Not a high-paying job but at least you will be alone. Lookout at a bunch of TV screens for abnormal activity. Simple, easy, and ISOLATED!
7. Graphic Designer
You will still have to meet with others to understand the requirements but most of the time, you will be working on the designs by yourself.
8. Lab Technician
No customer interaction here, but some limited interaction with fellow colleagues. Anyway, you will be working on samples most of the time so there should not be any Tissues (Troubling Issues) there.
9. Medical Transcriptionist:
The typical introvert job. Medical transcriptionists must be in a quiet room so that they can transcribe properly.
Painters usually work as part of maintenance teams but the painting job itself can be accomplished individually.
You will be needing some space to craft those wonderful wooden creations.
Working with books all day in a completely silent room. What else can you ask for!?