So, you’re on the lookout for a new job? You want something interesting and exciting, right? Of course you do – it wouldn’t be a dream job otherwise! It’s easy to turn to the tried and tested careers when you’re job hunting. Working for a spy agency; fighter pilot; lawyer. They are all excellent options, but they take years of training and are fiercely competitive. Not to worry, though, because there are plenty of careers which hit the brief. You just have to do a bit more digging and take a peek behind the curtain.

Here are the seemingly unremarkable careers which are very interesting.


Supply Chain Manager

The thought of working in a factory for eight hours a day doesn’t appeal and rightly so. But, there is a reason that supply chain management online programs are becoming more popular. Simply put, they include a broad range of variables which change on a daily basis. Is the company looking to go green? Well, the suppliers have to get in line too. Is global warming on the rise? A supply chain manager has to think of creative ways to negate everything from floods to hurricanes. Oh, and there is the instability of governments to factor in as well if that isn’t enough.


Software Engineer

In this age of technology, working with software is inevitable. To lots of people, the idea of working in IT is spine-tingling, but not to your American friends. According to a CareerBliss study, it’s the happiest job in all the land. Why? Well, it has something to do with the amount of input they typically receive. As a quality engineer, you can expect to develop software, write code, and launch the final product even on a low level. Of course, a passion for IT goes a long way, but most millennials are computer literate in 2017.

Customer Service Rep

It is worth noting that speaking to angry customers on a daily basis is some people’s idea of pure hell. However, the role did score highly on the same CareerBliss study with a figure of 4.06. For those of you who can’t understand why it’s because of the interaction element. Whether the calls are positive or negative, customer service reps get to connect with a plethora of people. Not only this, but they get to lend a helping hand where possible. Even the most severe problems require plenty of brainpower, and that makes them interesting.



Graduating as a lawyer is great if you have the time, money and influence. Most don’t, so their dream of working in the legal sector goes down the pan. Well, it does if you want to be a qualified attorney. Paralegals, as it happens, get to do a lot of the legwork and don’t need half the qualifications. Sure, they don’t get to try cases in court, but they do get to read into the subject matter. Plus, it’s a step in the right direction to becoming a junior associate.

You don’t have to be James Bond to enjoy your job. All of the above are as interesting as they are well-paid and flexible.

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