10 Work Ideas For Bad Breath

Many people with bad breath like to take jobs that doesn’t require a lot of human interaction. Or interaction that requires you to not be in close proximity with other people.

So here are 10 work ideas for people with bad breath. They are ideas that you can use to find jobs that may just be suitable for you, and some don’t require a major career change.

#10 Uber Driver

Uber is a large company that helps bring taxi drivers to people who need one. Do you have a car and don’t mind driving? Working for Uber may give you the answer you have been looking for.

While there is some interacting with people (as they have to get in your car), most won’t smell your bad breath, nor if they do, will they say anything about it. On top of that, you can always suck on a mint, or hang pine scent in your car to mask any odors.

#9 Janitor

A janitor is someone who clean buildings. Do you enjoy working with your hands, mopping, Vacuuming, and sweeping? Being a Janitor might be just for you.

Many janitors have to clean when people aren’t around. This gives you the perfect avenue to do a job and not have to be with people. While you will have an occasional encounter with someone once in a while, it’s easy enough to have a mint on hand, and suck on it while talking with them.

#8 Truck Driver

Do you enjoy driving, but don’t want to drive people around? You can always become a truck driver. Simply drive a shipment of oil or food from one place to the next. Very little human interaction (except for when you have to load and unload).

It’s a great honor to be a truck driver. And I’m saying that as genuine as possible. Truck Drivers are the backbone of many countries. If you are a truck driver currently, I would just like to personally thank you for the hard work you have put in.

#7 Nighttime Security Guard

Do you like to keep things safe and secure? How about a security guard? Working at night very often can help you work alone and with very few people to interact with.

Find a job where you can work alone, or where you don’t have many other peers around you. Maybe at a parking garage, or at a toll booth.

#6 Teller Marketer

You enjoy talking to people, but feel as though you can’t because you have bad breath? What about working for a company that calls people?

All you need is a phone and good communication skills. And you can work at home. No one around to tell you that you have bad breath, and you can still interact and talk with people.

#5 Translator

Are you bi-lingual? Speaking and writing in two languages is a great skill. And one you can use to make money. If you enjoy translating between two languages, you can find work all over the place.

Many places offer translator jobs, most of which are online. So if you have a computer and decent internet connection, you can work at home, which is a plus in some people’s lives.

#4 Help Desk

Are you fast at typing? Do you enjoy helping people solve a problem with something? If so, then help desk work may just be for you. Have you ever been on a site where you could talk with someone for more help? That is exactly what you would be doing.

While there may be some minor training, companies all over the world need help desk workers, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft (just to name a few companies) all need people who will help their clients and others who are stuck on a problem.

#3 Photographer

While it is true that you may need to be around people, you should be able to be far away enough for you not to worry about your bad breath. Jobs are always open for photographers, at weddings, birthday parties, college graduations, etc.

If you enjoy photography it may not be a bad choice for you. And if you take a few community college classes on it, you’ll be on your way to starting your own business, if you like working for yourself

#2 Diver

You enjoy diving under the sea and exploring? Or have you thought about underwater welding? With these jobs you usually have to work alone, or if not, you’ve got an oxygen mask on, so who cares what your breath is like.

Numerous jobs can be found. Divers are needed to find things that have sunk, rescuing animals, welding, and even helping people.

#1 Blogging

My number one recommendation for finding a job that you can do by yourself, and not worry about other people’s opinions is by writing and blogging online. I highly recommend Wealthy Affiliate. You can check out my review of them here.

If you are good at communication and like to write, blogging may be for you. While you can’t move into blogging (and make money) quickly, you can make passive income anywhere from within 6 months to 2 years from when you start. It just depends on how much time you put into it.

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