Hey, this question brings back memories. My worst job was shoveling grain out of train box cars. The rats were big as cats. I was in the military for several years, and that had both good and bad aspects. I quite happily worked for a Fortune 500 company for many years until that ultimately soured due to a change in management. The problem wasn’t that “they” broke my spirit. They couldn’t, which caused a lot of tension. Finally I said forget this and moved on, although I gave up a big paycheck. I worked on locomotive diesel engines 2nd shift for G.E. for a couple years while I was going to college. When the engine was finished you had to lift it with a crane operated by a hand-held device and move it to a flatbed to be hauled away. That was fun. You had this huge engine weighing many tons swinging back and forth up in the air. My best job is right now. I’m the boss managing rental properties I own. If I want to go to my daughter’s soccer game on a weekend afternoon, that’s what I do.