I'm riffing off a thread started by @Reecejackox. I've taken jobs in my time that I knew I'd hate, but I needed the money, so . . . There were others I ended up liking a lot more than I (or a sane person?) should. For me, it was being a taxi driver in the late 1990s in the San Fernando Valley, in Los Angeles. No Ubers or Lyfts, then; they tested you by seeing how well you could use a "Thomas Guide," and tried to weed out the crabs and grouches with a "what would you do if" test. And, they checked to be sure you had eyes that opened. I turned out to be good at getting the tips and getting people to LAX fast, without getting anyone killed. (More of an accomplishment than you might think.) Had some (mostly silly) adventures, all in a day's work. Got to know Russians, a Sikh grad student who spoke fluent Russian, and a 60-year-old Eritrean who married the hottest 18-year-old chick in his home village. Among many others. Made about $1300 a week, but soon found something better. So, what about the rest of you? Are you still working such job?