The internet exposes jobs they don’t respect

The internet has come together to expose the jobs they have no respect for, and people are not holding back on their answers.

The now-viral Reddit post, titled “What job do you have no respect for,” was upvoted 18,300 times and received over 14,000 comments. Redditor @MrTuxedo1 shared the post on May 11th on the Ask Reddit subreddit. Users responded with their thoughts in the comments and a debate ensued.

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The internet educates about jobs that don’t respect them. Here a woman on her phone, holding up her debit card.


Managers of fraudulent call companies, as well as the scammers themselves, have been in a frenzy, with one Redditor admitting that what they are doing “is wrong and they know it. I couldn’t live with doing this to anyone else. Don’t think of it as a job either, it’s criminal.”

According to Statista, the total amount of money lost due to phone scams in the United States in 2020 was around $19.7 billion. The site also reports that in the same year, 82 percent of people who received a fraudulent call were contacted on their cell phones.

debt collector

A few people mentioned collection agencies, which are known to give some headaches. One comment alone received over 24,000 upvotes and refined a particular scenario.

“There are debt collectors who call relatives of the deceased to pay their debts when they are not legally required to do so,” pointed out one Redditor.


Televangelists and pastors from major churches have also been called, and one person said pastors in “mega-churches” who charge followers cash for “private jets” are “absolute scum to use the faith of others for their own greed.”

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Redditors listed televangelism as a least respected profession. Above: TV preacher Joel Osteen exits the recording session of ‘Entertainment Tonight’ at a midtown Manhattan office building on October 2, 2013 in New York City.
Ray Tamarra/Getty Images

Another thinks that’s why they stopped going to such a facility, adding that it was “weird the way they talked about giving and kindness while watching video of the helicopter view of the pastor’s hilltop mansion.” showed”.


Some people take advice from psychic media, but not everyone thinks they have a respectable job. One Redditor thinks psychics are “usually scammers and [they] exploit the weak.” Another called them “cheaters who exploit people, or they are idiots who believe their own lies. Often a mixture of both.”

life coach

Life coaches, who work with people to advise and encourage them to excel and improve their lives, were also named, and one Redditor admitted he knows three of them, all of whom are divorced mothers in their children’s school and called them “human dumpster fires.”

“One comes to every event with wine by the glass and seems to have new damage to her car every month,” they said. “Another is barred from campus for stealing a teacher’s credit card during a parent-teacher conference.”

kiosk workers

Other occupations have also been ridiculed, and one Reddit user believes people who work the mall’s middle aisles trying to sell people stuff are “just praying on older folks and younger teens who don’t know any better.”


Politicians, who are notoriously criticized and also elected to office, were also not without comments. One Reddit user believes they should “vote on laws” that benefit their specific constituents.

“Instead we just get a bunch of greedy people screwing up their voter base just to line their pockets,” they wrote.


Another person doesn’t understand social media influencers, admitting they’re in their 40s and it’s like they’re “narcissists who manipulate insecurities,” adding, “And they wear it like a badge of pride.” . Also, they’re mostly over-edited fake images of people unhappy with themselves.”

estate agents

Real estate agents have the potential to make big bucks, and one Redditor called real estate agents “parasitic, opportunistic leeches” and insisted they were pushing a “generation” into being “hire slaves for a commission’s sake.” Another user agreed, saying that being a realtor is a legitimate job that he has no respect for.

Journalists & Paparazzi

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Journalists and paparazzi were cited as professions that people don’t trust. Above, a paparazzi photographs celebrities after the conclusion of the Calvin Klein show during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 shows on February 13, 2014 in New York City.
TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images

Journalists have also been criticized, including those who write click-bait articles and paparazzi. One Redditor believes paparazzi hiding in a person’s bushes outside their home to take a look at their “new outfit is not journalism” and insists it’s a “violation of their right to privacy.” .

“A random celebrity went to this cafe?” they questioned. “He bought this car? Did you go there on vacation? No one cares, paparazzi are absolute scum and so are the people who read and support their nonsense.”

law enforcement agencies

Law enforcement officials have not been immune, and in fact they have been named by a number of Redditors as well. “Cops, and especially those who target poor people [regular]so most,” said one user.

news week asked Redditor @MrTuxedo1 for comment.

This isn’t the only viral revelation online.

Redditors recently talked about the one thing they will never do again. People got honest about “popular” things they don’t understand, and also people talked about the “most disturbing” thing they’ve seen or heard in prison. The internet exposes jobs they don’t respect

Rick Schindler

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