20+ People Revealed What Their Professions Are Really Like
Certain details can describe a profession better than words. If you look closer at the hands of a checker who counts coins, treats animals at a vet clinic, or wears headphones on construction sites, you might see how much effort and work stand behind their professions.
At Now I’ve Seen Everything, we respect anyone’s hard work and decided to show you what some professions are really like.
“My arm after grinding fiberglass all day”
This is what any chair at a vet clinic looks like.
“I’m a plumber working in a ceiling void under a leaking shower. This is who greeted me.”
“I work as a wind turbine tech in Sweden. The view on some days is just amazing.”
“I work in a movie theater. This is the mess we found in one theater. Please be nice to the staff and clean up after yourself.”
“I got a new job where I have to wear a uniform and gloves while working outside, and now I look like this.”
“All the rice I had to throw away at work tonight”
“The amount of gum from the never-before-scraped undersides of the tables at the bar where I work”
“I got to work at a clock tower today.”
“Every day at work I rescue these little guys.”
“Years of paint buildup on my saw horse at work”
“My headphones collected some iron dust while I was working construction.”
“The printer ink at my work created stalagmites.”
“These were all found in our customers’ tires over the past 5 years.”
“The number of lost ID cards and credit cards after St. Patrick’s day at the bar I work at”
“We sold every banana but one.”
“I got a job at a second-hand book exchange, this is one of 3 warehouses of books.”
“I started my job at a pet shelter yesterday.”
“I’ve been working as a welder for 30 years, and I love what I do.”
“The amount of staples I amassed after 2 months of unstapling and scanning documents as my first summer job.”
“Part of my job involves photographing tanker ships from helicopters.”
“Not a bad job I have...”
“I guide horseback rides, and I love my job.”
“I have one of the most beautiful jobs in the world.”
Choose your profession wisely. This is what the hands of a maintenance boilermaker in a cement manufacturing plant look like.
“My hand after sorting 12 registers’ worth of coins”
The photos in this article were taken by ordinary people who wanted to show the hidden sides of their professions. Maybe you also have a few photos that tell a story about your profession. It is also okay if you just have a story without a photo. Share it with us in the comments below.