20+ People Honestly Showed What Their Jobs Are Really Like

It’s impossible to argue with the fact that all jobs are important. We see people specialize in different things every day. They could be doctors, school teachers, cashiers, or cleaners. All jobs contain things that outsiders have no idea about.

We at Bright Side have found Internet users of different professions that revealed the invisible side of their jobs. And in the bonus section, you’ll find a tweet about the difficulties that shop assistants have to deal with.

“My sister works in a photo center and this is who she was asked to take a picture of.”

This is the hand of a doctor after removing his medical gloves after 10 hours of being on the clock.

“A group of teenagers came in just to trash the theater. I was one of the people that had to clean it.”

“I work in the Arctic and Antarctic and find it much more convenient to wear my watch on a lanyard than on my wrist because of all of the layers I wear.”

“This watch has been to Antarctica countless times and to the geographic North Pole 12 times.”

“Be nice to your trash man when it’s raining and it’s 30 degrees outside. We’re not invincible. This is my hand after working 4 hours in bad weather.”

“I work at a hotel these days and went to see if a room was mislabeled as dirty. This is what I found.”

“I kept my hotel key cards from my first year working for the airlines.”

“Working hard as a truck driver has its advantages: the views!”

“My mom works at Amazon and she sent me a photo of one of the trucks she loaded.”

“I work at a call center. Whenever I get a particularly rude caller, I like to draw what they might look like. Here’s Lorraine from today.”

“I work in a fast-food restaurant, and this is our broom. My boss says it’s too expensive to replace it, yet he drives a Lincoln.”

“I work in the film industry and I’m usually too shy to ask for a picture with an actor, but I had to get one with this little guy.”

“Every staple I removed in one year at my boring office job”

“I work in a −25°F freezer every day.”

“I work at a cat shelter. These are the ’can we keep him?’ photos I sent to my partner. It worked.”

“My job involves putting labels on boxes. I hold them with my left hand and put them on the box with my right. This is what my ’clean’ hands look like.”

“I got transferred to a new location at work. This is my new break ’room.’”

You can work anywhere if you’re a programmer.

“I work as a professional princess on weekends. My kitty insists on inspecting each costume for detail accuracy.”

“I work at a hotel — a guest left this when they checked out.”

This is a bathtub full of playing cards.

“So, I work in a movie theater. ’Family of the Year’ award goes to these guys!”

“I’m a seaman. We live alone in these rooms. Depending on your position, the room can be better and bigger. This is mine.”

“I have my own toilet and shower.”

“Took this photo yesterday at work. Thought I’d share it with you guys.”

Bonus: the harsh work of shop assistants

What is your job and what downsides are there to it?

Preview photo credit AwanishSharan / TwitterSubzeroMK / Reddit


Despite portraying numerous well-known roles, a significant portion of the population remains unfamiliar with him.

Vincent D’Onofrio, an underdog in the entertainment industry, has contributed significantly to the field over an extensive career. Born in 1959, Vincent’s interest in theater blossomed in the 1970s, leading him to actively seek opportunities in local theaters.

Transitioning from behind the scenes after high school, he immersed himself in New York University’s student theater productions, establishing a foundation for his future in the industry.

During his early years, Vincent worked as a bouncer at the Hard Rock Café and even served as a part-time bodyguard for Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin. However, his breakthrough came in 1987 with the role of Pvt.

Leonard Lawrence in Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket. Notably, he gained 70 pounds to convincingly portray the character.

In 1992, D’Onofrio featured in Robert Altman’s film The Player as a jaded screenwriter critical of the declining originality in Hollywood scripts. The 1995 film Strange Days showcased him as Burton Steckler, a police officer pursuing a crucial video evidence disc.

His villainous role in the 1997 film Men in Black alongside Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones further showcased his versatility.

In 2001, D’Onofrio began his stint as Detective Robert Goren in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, appearing in 141 episodes. He also had a supporting role in the television series Sherlock.

Over the years, he made guest appearances in various shows, displaying his ability to seamlessly transform into diverse characters.

In 2015, he portrayed Vic Hoskins in Jurassic World, adding another impressive credit to his name. Despite his substantial contributions, Vincent D’Onofrio remains underappreciated, and many believe he deserves more recognition.

For those unfamiliar with his work, Vincent D’Onofrio has been a consistent source of entertainment for years. Share this information with friends, and perhaps one day, Vincent will achieve the widespread recognition he truly deserves.

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