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Most arrogant profession you've encountered?

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Some of the most arrogant and pain in the arse people I've ever met conveniently have one thing in common - their job titles.
I recently was talking with a woman who was so up herself it was unreal. I just nodded and smiled, as I tend to do, and as usual with these people, she brought up what she does for a living. Which I'm not going to divulge at this point.
Now, I'm not assuming that EVERYONE in her role is like that, but it seems to me like a lot of them are.
So, my questions are: have you ever noticed a correlation between someones profession and their personality? Which industry do you think breeds the most buttheads? And do you think our jobs, impact our personalities?


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11 days ago
People working in administration - tend to be difficult, obstructionists desperately trying to feel relevant by being gatekeepers of information.

Oh, and reminds me of a joke:

Daughter: Mum, can you get pregnant from anal sex?
Mum: Of course you can dear; where do you think lawyers come from?

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2 days ago
Absolutely medical ones are the worst I recently had to sue my medical centre

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3 days ago
Female lawyers...

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1 year ago
Teachers are annoying. Bossy and always telling everyone how to live their lives.

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1 year ago
I have never come across this!

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1 year ago
Yes. I'm sick of being spoken over and being treated like a child by teachers!!
They just can't turn it off.

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1 year ago
Never experienced this either

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1 year ago
I find teachers to be whingers. They seem to hate their job and complain about how hard they get it.

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1 year ago
I am a teacher and I do find a couple of my teacher friends are quite whingy on social media. Yes, it's a demanding job, but I think that's pretty clear going into it, not sure what they expected.

I guess they think others don't appreciate that it's hard? Some parents do come out with the old "must be so nice spending time with kids all day, home at 3.30pm, loads of holidays" type line.

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1 year ago
I agree with the comment about teachers not being able to turn it off. Not so much high school but primary teachers Ive noticed this with a couple of my family members who teach.

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9 days ago
Teachers are amazing! They deal with some shitty kids. Personally, I would never be a teacher because of how many whinging parents I know 🤦🏾‍♀️

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10 days ago
Real estate

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11 days ago
High school teachers. Know all, busybodies.

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1 year ago
D grade celebrities. I worked as a nanny/housekeeper for years, the worst were the people who were desperate to be famous and had made it to a degree and were slightly in the public eye. One man would literally not talk to you unless you were in the entertainment industry. The ones that were actually famous were all lovely.

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1 year ago
Yeah exactly right there, I have met Nicole Kidman on a personal level and she was down to earth and lovely. Some of the other people I have met ‘trying to make it’ were arrogant cunts to say the least, wouldn’t even hold a door open even though I was right behind them!

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1 year ago
Ive heard Kylie Minogue is really nice and treats all the workers well.

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11 days ago
Yeah like influencers. The definition of d grade celebs: oxygen thieves who contribute nothing worthwhile to society.

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1 year ago
Influencers, if you can consider it a "profession." Those arseholes have such over-inflated egos, they've devolved into the most morally bankrupt, parasitic, self-involved, narcisstic pieces of sh!t on the planet.

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1 year ago
They are just selling a lifestyle and or product. The goal is for you to feel jealous of their perfect life so you go and buy what they are selling. They aren't necessarily awful people, I do believe it's morally questionable to sell the way they do, but everyone needs to earn a living. If you feel that strongly about it you need to look at your own self worth.

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1 year ago
^ influencer?

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1 year ago
Lol no. Just Someone who knows none of it is real.

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1 year ago
I don't think being an influencer is any different to anyone else on social media. Look at my kids, holiday,new car, new outfit, something expensive that you don't have.

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1 year ago
How many do you know?

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1 year ago
😂😂😂😂

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1 year ago
Do you assume someone is arrogant because of what they have? Or how they appear on social media? Have you actually spoken to any of these 'arrogant' people or is it a sweeping generalisation based on anyone who has more than you?

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1 year ago
^^ This. The reaction is a little extreme

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1 year ago
Yes, I have spoken with many of these influencers, hence why I said they are arrogant. Their contact is usually in the form of a demand. I make small-batch, apocalyptic-style clothing in my spare time, and have had quite a few contact me, wanting items for free for them to put on their IG stories, which lasts an hour.

They usually want my most expensive items, which are one-of-a-kind, and some get quite pissy when I reject them. I have even had some threatening to post about my business in an effort to damage it, simply because I told them that I don't want their services and that on the rare occasion, I seek out particular influences to collaborate with, who specialise in my niche (fashion), and not just post about any item/brand. I don't mention that last part. Just up to the 'specialised niche' part.

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1 year ago
Yeah that free stuff thing is pathetic. I saw an article by an icecream vendor who says a so called influencer asked him for a free icecream and a shoutout to him in return. He said he told her no and the icecream was now double the price. Good on him

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1 year ago
Yep, I read that ice-cream story, too. She wanted 1-2 days worth of free ice-cream for her and fellow influencers at some event. Um, no.

Some are hideous in their demands. I've read plenty of stories (screenshots of conversations, too) where they try and harm businesses for telling them no. Some are reputable and provide mutual benefit, but most are wannabes, who chuck a tantrum at being told no. It's so pathetic to leave a one-star review for a restaurant, all because you mentioned to them that you're an 'influencer' and planned on posting about their restaurant but weren't given a discount or a free meal. Everyone has their hand out these days, demanding stuff from others and influencer-culture set that one ablaze.

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1 year ago
Did you read the one about the bride who wanted almost everything free, just for a shoutout? The bride was told no and she went online and had a big sook about it. The vendor hit back with the most amazing reply id ever heard. Stupid bride. I hope her wedding was a fuckup

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1 year ago
Ugh, yes! She tried to get a whole wedding for free! I've seen a few of these lately - People trying to make out their wedding to be some grand event of the year, including entry tickets and security detail, and for some reason, think it's a great opportunity for wedding suppliers to greatly benefit from. Some people are just delusional.

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1 year ago
So you base your assumption on stories you read on Facebook. I'm sure you have met lots of influencers 😂

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1 year ago
I want to know what apocalyptic style clothing is.

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1 year ago
I dont have facebook sweetheart and i have seen the stories too. As for casting judgement, i dont give a fuck what they do or don't do. These people are irrelevant to me and i read the stories out of curiosity. No other reason

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1 year ago
When i think of apocalyptic clothing i think of a modern day mad ax

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1 year ago
^ mad max maybe?

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11 days ago
Oh my now that is a fact. Influencers. The 'title' alone is offensive. Their so called job is to manipulate us. I will resist very hard from being influenced by one of these abominations

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1 year ago
In a way, i think there's some people who suit certain professions because it seems to attract a certain mentality.
Like i am aware of many security guards who are criminals, or they tried to get onto police force and couldn't so go into security. Obviously not all of them so this is just a crude generalization, but it's the ex crims and those who wanna seem powerful cos they have a gun on their hip that seem attracted to that type of work

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1 year ago
Ex crims with a gun licence? Maybe wanna be crims cause you can’t get a gun licence if you have been convicted for anything serious

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1 year ago
Ive heard this about the people who didnt make police force going into security guard jobs.

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1 year ago
You cant get a gun licence if you have been convicted of a violent crime, thats it.

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1 year ago
If you are going to make up crap at least make sure you have basic facts.

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11 days ago
You can't get a security license if you have a criminal record. You're theory is wrong.

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2 months ago
Stay at home mums who have done absolutely nothing else career wise and who now have grown children in high school and who are still not working.
Hands down the most argumentative bunch of people going around. It’s like they are justifying how they get to sit at home all day doing nothing.

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11 days ago
Troll..get a life

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2 months ago
Real estate agents - 100% hands down!!!!!

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2 months ago
Opsm worker
Doctors admin workers
Sales assistants
Woolworths workers....
Police

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1 year ago
Doctors. I work in general practice and have encountered many arrogant doctors who treat their staff and patients like sh*t. 6 + years studying medicine and yet you have to ask me something about a type of medication. Don’t get me wrong, there are good doctors and then there are the ones who are assh*les.

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1 year ago
GPs are really just glorified recruiting agents. Oh your foots sore? Here’s a referral to an actual doctor who can help.... bad back? I know a guy who can help you here’s a referral...

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1 year ago
^ 😂 true story

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1 year ago
GP's are not specialists in the areas you mentioned but are a specialist in their own right. You go to med school 6 years and then to become a GP is another 4 years minimum training as a Doctor and sit additional exams. Doctors specialise in certain areas... What you're really saying is like asking a Dentist to service my car.

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1 year ago
My doctor had to google for information about my condition. I never went back to him.

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1 year ago
I find most GPs to be nice caring people and not arrogant but they definately arent specialists in everything, eg suggesting contraception that they didnt know had side effects. I think you have to go to a gp that specialises if you want the best advice for things like contraception - eg go to a GP that works in womens health.

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1 year ago
I believe that doctors get a kickback from pyschologists. No matter what is wrong they often say you have depression or anxiety and push going to see a psychologist. That is causing the mental health crisis.

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1 year ago
Disagree with you there. Never experienced or heard of that. I suggest a change in the practice you visit.

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1 year ago
^ I agree. To the 'kickback' commenter - exactly how many doctors do you know, that do this?

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1 year ago
Every single person in the defence force!.. and even more so, their spouses.

Everyone knows 99% of the people in the army only join because they have zero other job prospects or life skills.

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1 year ago
The wives for sure

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1 year ago
You need to adjust your attitude.

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1 year ago
No I just have to stay away from them

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1 year ago
I imagine they may prefer that.

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1 year ago
Good for them

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1 year ago
Army wife triggered 😅

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1 year ago
I was nearly an army wife. So all the staff and spouses of the armed forces are arrogant? Or is Karen someone who doesn't get along with anyone? Did you not get an invitation to their coffee morning love?

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1 year ago
I was an army wife. But hubby discharged. I have to agree, he was very arrogant when we met. But he definitely changed his attitude. And even more so now he is no longer in.

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1 year ago
Can we add people that were "nearly" in the defence force? Lmao

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1 year ago
Ah yes, the dependas. Those monsters are a perfect combination of epic cringe and atrociousness.

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1 year ago
Yeah whats the relevance of 'nearly' being an army wife?

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1 year ago
I looked at a defence force guy once

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1 year ago
I was nearly rich once because I bought a lottery ticket.

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1 year ago
Lol

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1 year ago
Lottery ticket comment - HILARIOUS 😂

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1 year ago
Don't take it to heart, I have met a few defence force spouses and they are all lovely. I think it's safe to say the person going on about it has the issue.

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1 year ago
Agreed. Something triggered the anti-defence force person

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1 year ago
Lol

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1 year ago
Not a profession but people with "special needs" children. I am looking for a single bed for my special needs child. Our dog died, my special needs child is sad. My child was chucking a major tantrum and someone said something. Hoe dare they! My child is special needs. All kids need beds. All kids are sad when their pet dies and special needs are no excuse not to teach them how to behave.

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1 year ago
Hugs to you and your son. Sorry about your dog ❤

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1 year ago
Yes I get what you’re saying, it’s used as much as “I’m a single mum” comment. They use it as an excuse to get sympathy and therefore get things cheap or free.

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1 year ago
Myer staff.

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1 year ago
Myer staff just like to chat. It's so frustrating trying to get served while they talk to each other

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1 year ago
I worked at a Kmart photo centre years ago at a shopping centre with a Myer. The Myer staff used to come in and treat us like shit. One had a go at us for working at Kmart. I told her we did the exact same Job as her but at a different shop. Our roles were exactly the same. Everyone laughed and she never came back again. Bitch thought she was better than us because her operating til was on a Myers counter.

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1 year ago
Must be the fancy badges they wear. At least the staff at Kmart greet people warmly 💕

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1 year ago
Oddly specific

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1 year ago
^to the kmart Lady, Im thinking Prude and Trude!

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1 year ago
What was oddly specific? It was a comment.

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1 year ago
Lol, this is so true

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1 year ago
Admin people at schools!

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1 year ago
Omg yes!!!!

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1 year ago
Yep some are!

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1 year ago
YEEEESSSSSSSSSS! The worst of the worst!

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1 year ago
Receptionists! Often at the doctors especially .. You get the occasional lovely one but most of them act as if they're more important than the doctor himself.

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1 year ago
A dental receptionist on my fb was having a huge tantrum the other day because she couldn't get accommodation because everything was booked out and she worked thru corona virus and needed a break, and said it was unfair that people who weren't working and had all the time in the world shouldn't get to book a getaway! all the other essential workers and people who lost jobs are below her, she's a receptionist after all! Must be exhausting geez

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1 year ago
True dat!

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1 year ago
Real estate people. Some are sweet as honey but so many are horrible pieces of work. In my experience anyways. If your job title practically extends to controlling and or threatening people, continually judging them (house inspections) it is no surprise that they aren't all lovely people. But then again, some really are lovely people - so I feel bad to say that. In my experience I have been stolen from or very nearly stolen from (with my bond) by 2 agents. And from a low socio-economic situation there was very little I could do due to circumstances outside of my control.

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1 year ago
Kinda agree

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1 year ago
Yes. I worked in a real estate office for half a day as a temp, never again!

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1 year ago
^^ half a day haha

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1 year ago
Real estate agents can't 'steal' your bond. It's held in trust by a 3rd party. Also, property managers are employed and paid by the owner - they work for the owner, not the tenant and it's their job to protect their client's asset. I find a lot of issues with tenants and owners is a lack of understanding of what the actual law/act is and unrealistic expectations. In a lot of cases the property managers hands are tied.

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1 year ago
Actually, they can steal your bond. By charging you fees for imaginary insults to the property; normal wear and tear, accusing you of leaving the place dirty even if you leave it much cleaner than you received it. Sun damage on curtains, pavers lifting due to wear and tear, gardens "supposedly" overgrown although they have been freshly mowed and cleaned up, "fake" water bills. It becomes a he said/she said situation and just goes in circles. I even got accused of changing locks because the real estate was too lazy to cut themselves a set of keys and I wasn't happy to be "on call" so they could do inspections.

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1 year ago
This is why you take lots of photos when you move in.

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1 year ago
All property managers must supply invoices and a statement of anything being deducted. If you don't agree, you can dispute it, if you cant agree between yourselves and the owner, then it goes to court to be sorted out. You should be supplied with a thorough Property condition report, including MANY photos, when you move in. You should go through this and check everything - there is room for you to tick that you agree or disagree and space to write your additional comments. Once you sign and return it, you are accepting that what is in that teport is true and correct. You should then get a signed copy back from the property manager, the owner also gets a copy. This document is what is used to do the bond inspection when a tenant vacates. If the property manager hasnt noted that paving is worn or backs of curtains are faded and you've signed off that you agree, then you could be in trouble. No matter how thorough a PCR is, somethings just dont get picked up until the house is lived in.

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1 year ago
I wrote this comment and feel pretty bad about it. Although my experiences with real estate agents have not been too positive at this point - we are all human. I believe it is a very poorly regulated industry and human greed is a typical state of humans in general. Skimming off the top, taking what we may feel entitled to, or in general wanting whatever we can take. I believe when bad practices become part of everyday life - it is very easy to hurt the most vulnerable people in society and leaves them with very little options to protect themselves or their families. It pushes people against the wall and can leave lasting damage to an individual's sense of stability. I don't think other people in more priviledged positions could even fully comprehend this.

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1 year ago
Gym staff! Unless you sign up they hate you

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1 year ago
Ha ha ha agreed!

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1 year ago
Yes! I once had a personal trainer showing a group around the gym and he pointed loudly at me as
an example of what not to do as I was jogging on a treadmill and 'that wont help you lose wieght'. I was 5 months pregant at the time. I wasnt trying to lose weight, arrogant prick.

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1 year ago
Wow rude! I hope you changed gyms.

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1 year ago
Lawyers. I worked with them for years and they could be incredibly snobby, contemptuous, rude, bad anger management, just plain mean. Like I get that their jobs are high stress and high responsibility but doesn't justify taking it out on the people under them. And yes they made it very clear they considered admin staff BENEATH them socially/mentally as well as in the hierarchy of the job.

A couple of them were lovely. But it definitely seemed like the minority.

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1 year ago
Try their job it is extremely stressful, demanding and you have people's entire lives on the line

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1 year ago
They did go to law school so should be proud

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1 year ago
Nope, that's no excuse, as I said. Lots of jobs are very high stress and high responsibility, doesn't give you a free pass to be a rude jerk. Doctors & healthcare professionals have to study just as long & work just as hard to get their degree, but you don't see them treating other people like dirt beneath their feet. Lawyers are arrogant.

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1 year ago
The 'old school' midwives - AWFUL!

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1 year ago
Yes or any midwife that wants to tell you that you should do it without drugs. Unless its a risk to the baby none of their goddam business.

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1 year ago
Some, not all as we've had lovely ones too. But car sales people! Some we have come across are horrific.

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1 year ago
Yes i came here to say car sales ppl too

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1 year ago
Never trust a car sales man. Lol

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1 year ago
Yes he probably has a second family

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1 year ago
A lot of professional people who have spent years studying find it difficult to speak with undereducated people. Sometimes undereducated people see professionals as arrogant but they just know their stuff and don’t want to be pushed around.

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1 year ago
Says the professional person

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1 year ago
I think it's funny how you managed to sound condescending through this tiny little paragraph - well done

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1 year ago
If you are in a position where you have to speak with "undereducated" people and you find that so intolerable, find a different job where you don't have to be a prick to the people who keep you employed. What, you think you're so high and mighty because you sat behind a desk for longer than others? You wouldn't have a job if it weren't for these people you disdain.
If you have time to study for years, you have time to learn some manners and humility. I'd think that someone clever enough to get a degree would have figured that out.

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1 year ago
I agree, most of the comments on here sound like sour grapes.

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1 year ago
There are ways to stand your ground and still maintain professionalism though. Without having to talk down to people. I recognise that it's an oddity these days, but there are people out there who don't think they're better than others just because they've studied longer.
For example, a cardiologist might have spent 6+ years studying, and be highly regarded in his field, but when his toilet backs up, does that make him better than the plumber who he calls? No. The amount of time someone spends behind a book or desk has no baring on their worth as a person.

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1 year ago
Meh, I have 2 degrees and I can find common ground with most people.

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1 year ago
Academics, iv got a close childhood friend who works at Sydney uni , and she’s one of the coolest most down to earth people I know, and she can’t stand most of the people she works with.
My cousins wife is very difficult and all her friends from work at parties are so, difficult.
They often look down on me in subtle ways but they have no clue that I make as much, in some cases more than them, doing what I do for not 15/20 hours a week.
I love a great political conversation and grew up in a house where politics was openly discussed,but because I’m not far left liberal , I know nothing and have a silver spoon in my mouth.
It’s a shame, because I think they have a written and studied knowledge I could benefit from, but their arrogance gets in the way.
I’m pretty intelligent, but written work and book smart, horrrible because I’m the complete opposite of a perfectionist, I’m a near enough is good enough kind of person.
I speak 4 languages and have travelled all over. Iv learnt from so many, and my friend who works at the uni I LOVE conversations with her. I always learn so much and she has a crown point iv never been privy too. It’s a shame it’s so hard to find academics like her. They have a lot to give. But then again to be that way inclined often takes certain personality traits....


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1 year ago
I find it depends which field as well. Its more the arts type than the sciences or IT type. My sister is a physicist and she is not even remotely arrogant she just loves space! But Ive met others from her uni who are extremely arrogant.

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1 year ago
Academics! Some are really arrogant, I use to work with them. Some engineers are too IME.


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1 year ago
Interesting theory. I have an anally retentive cousin who went into engineering, couldn't hack it so went into civil engineering instead (no idea the differences). Was always talking up his abilities and his status and his importance. It was beyond painful.
Haven't spoken to him in years now, no loss 😂 we'd just bring him down with our lowly status im sure

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1 year ago
This is true. I worked with academics across a wide range of professions at a Uni. How they treated you depended largely on their profession & number of letters after their names.
I loved it when the arrogant, rude ones called being sugary nice because they needed me for something!

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1 year ago
Oh, and yes, engineers were the worst!

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1 year ago
Hahaha I wrote the other comment about people who work at unis I always just thought that was more to their arrogance how they always refer to themself as an academic haha

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1 year ago
Academics make up a very small percentage of uni staff, along with the arrogant heirachy. You just don't see the rest of the staff. They're hidden away in offices. They're even given a different name, like 'general' or 'professional', just so no one forgets the pecking order!!

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1 year ago
The most arrogant, pedantic, and close minded people I ever worked with were civil engineers, in a City Council. Every one pitied you when you had a meeting with the boss of all the Civil Engineers. Workmates would be waiting with chocolates, for "after meeting comfort recovery".
Yet Mechanical Engineers were the best; practical, flexible & open minded and inventive.
HR "professionals" were the most arrogant, but also spiteful, deceptive, manipulative, and empire builders. I never saw any of them support staff in difficulties, rather they were willing tools of management.
I think the nature of the roles attract certain people, and shape them too over time.

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1 year ago
HRs jobs are basically to tell people off for doing a crap job. No one likes them.

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1 year ago
^Some HR people are really nice but I don't 100% trust them.
Everyone thinks HRs job is to help the employees but its actually to help the business.

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1 year ago
I found the admin staff very arrogant. They do the bare minimum and stuff most things up. I am so grateful for the technology that means I can now do most of their job myself. Nothing worse than having a client meeting and someone has lost the file.

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1 year ago
Aged care nurses. Hands down, every. single. one. They're the vegan crossfitters of the workforce. How do you know someone's an aged care nurse? Oh don't worry, they'll announce it to you and immediately expect you to kiss their ass for it. Oh but they're not just AGED CARE nurses, oh no no no. They're NURSES.... *mumbled* in aged care.

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1 year ago
Ehh nurses are give and take. Some are power climbers and like to shit on people like they don't know anything - but some are bloody amazing. Aged care can be a bit of a cruel sector though. Some of my collegues were so absolutely horrified at what they saw on their practical placements; and most good ones won't choose to stay at a place that has appalling practices.

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1 year ago
Omg yes! General nurses I never had a issue with. But elder care nurses are so holier than thou. Never met a nice one.

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1 year ago
There’s a woman on my local chat page that always has to throw in that she’s an aged care worker...” does anyone know where to buy flowers”. “ there’s a great place on smith street that I’ve seen when I’m driving home from my work at a nursing home”. “Anyone hear that dog going off?” “ I heard a dark barking when I was leaving home to go to work at a nursing home”.

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1 year ago
Lol. I can't stand it when people do that. Do they think that by big noting themselves will earn brownie points or does it make them more appealing to others? Who cares. Go look after someones nana

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1 year ago
Yep. This past Friday, and again today, I had to endure the most irritating bogan mother at my sons classroom, go on and on about everyone elses parenting choices (she specifically targeted stay at home parents, parents who let their kids use technology, teachers who happen to be parents, and parents of teenagers) because SHE knew better, as an aged care nurse. Her kid is only in pre primary but she's an expert on parenting, because she's an aged care nurse. All the while batting her eyes at one of the dads (who is trying to work on his crumbling marriage), while her partner was waiting in the car. But its okay, she's an aged care nurse afterall, nothing she does is bad.

There were at least 2 other mums there who were visibly uncomfortable with her diatribe, but we're all too polite to tell her to shut her mouth.
She probably wouldn't hear us if we did anyway, with her head so far up her own arse.

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1 year ago
Wow haha I don't think I've ever met an aged care nurse, or even a regular nurse that wasn't lovely.

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1 year ago
^I envy you. I actually know one who's not entirely bad. But she is very abrasive. Heart of gold, but unfortunately the rest of her personality is less than stellar.

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1 year ago
Academics, engineers and HR people.

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1 year ago
Doctors
Receptionists
Principals
Teachers


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1 year ago
Most sales jobs.
And most people who work at universities.
Also chefs.

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1 year ago
My husband works at a grocery store. I'm pretty sure he thinks he's God's gift to the human race!

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1 year ago
Omg at the moment all my Facebook feed is filled with people who work at woolies and coles going on and on about how they're the real heroes during covid. Acting like they cure cancer because they supervise self serve checkouts 😂

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1 year ago
Yes essentially services here...na babe you're just a courier

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1 year ago
I meant salesmen. Lol. Not woolies and coles. I mean people who sell shit. Haha

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1 year ago
I think certain personalities are attracted to particular professions

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1 year ago
My barrister at family court was an up herself arrogant bitch, impatient with everyone except me 😁 worked well for me though. His solicitor was speaking in court and was taking her sweet time and was not getting to the point, she started tapping her long red perfectly manicured nails on the bench rolling her eyes, his solicitor turned to us paused and just stopped speaking. The judge told her to get to the point.
She walked around the court house like she owned the place, I had designated security due to DV incidents and omg she was so rude to them, they just walked either side of me looking blankly, she glared at them every time she went to speak to me privately, I told her I didn’t mind what they over heard and she snapped at them telling them she doesn’t trust their metal detectors either, they didn’t say a word.
We were waiting for a private room in the break and she turned around loudly telling everyone she doesn’t wait for anyone! It was confirmed The children’s dad had Left the building during the break so it’s not like she was scared of an incident arising.
I could just imagine meeting her at a dinner party , would be all about her for sure!

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1 year ago
Hahaha love this. Gave me a good chuckle! 😂

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1 year ago
I think it's just the people being arrogant. Maybe they're attracted to particular jobs to feed their egos