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What professions... (by WMH [NC]) Mar 4, 2019 12:19 PM
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What professions... (by WMH [NC]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 12:19 PM
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What professions tend to spell trouble to you? For me, it is painters. Unless they listed a painting COMPANY they actually worked for as an employee - but so far 100% of the time they don't, they just call themselves painters because it sounds better than "no job."

Also, sadly, home health care workers. They tend to be uneducated and often dishonest. Just had one claim she "takes care of dimentia patientsts." Yes that is how she spelled it.

I mentioned I had one the day convicted of a felony for stealing a check from an elderly woman she was caring for. Nice. --50.82.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Lana [IN]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 1:06 PM
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People who deliver elderly care in home take care of a very vulnerable population. Many cannot survive the temptation. In 2014, when I started a new job at the VA, my mother had a big nose bleed and was bedbound for a few days. I asked my handyman of 3 years to look in on her as I did not want to miss work in my first week. He stole any medicine he thought could get him off from her and he crawled through my dog door to get me too.

I do not like "contractors" who get paid under the table. They seem clueless and almost always want to trade work for rent. I also will never rent to a cop again. They have the money, but their attitude stinks. --216.23.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Moshe [CA]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 1:07 PM
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I doesn't really work by professions.

Long ago, when I was starting out, I had a tenant and wife. He had his PhD from UCLA in mathematics, worked at TRW Space Park, was recommended by people that I personally knew at TRW.

I cannot believe how filthy they were in 1 yesr. When I notified him that I wasn't planning to renew the lease, he took early retirement from TRW, left his wife and went back to japan, taking all the family assets with him. I had to evict her, she went to the Century Plaza Hotel in Beverly Hills on his credit card before he found out.

So, here is a guy who is highly educated and basically honest, at least until his basic interests were threatened.

--47.139.xx.xxx




What professions... (by Paulio [PA]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 2:04 PM
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Yes, home health workers.

Landscapers

Uber drivers

Bartenders

--174.201.xx.xxx




What professions... (by NE [PA]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 2:07 PM
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Here, natural gas workers unless they are upper level management. Very transient and dirty up a unit quickly. I won't take them anymore. --50.32.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by plenty [MO]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 2:10 PM
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Strippers. Bar backs at strip clubs. --99.203.xx.xx




What professions... (by RB [MI]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 2:21 PM
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Preachers. --184.53.x.xxx




What professions... (by Tim [IN]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 2:21 PM
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People on the rv manafacture line. Make crazy good money... Then three weeks off.

Fast food, mow guys, any profession that is low income... --73.22.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Landlord ofthe Flies [TX]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 3:17 PM
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Definitely home health sitters or home health care. These are definitely a different class of people. Best to nail everything down.

Plenty said Strippers? Guess he's including wife trouble in the list. --108.69.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by WMH [NC]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 3:18 PM
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Plenty is a woman, LLOTF. --50.82.xxx.xx




What professions... (by J [FL]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 3:30 PM
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People who work at animal rescue shelters. The bring home pets that aren't supposed to be in the unit. --72.188.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Richard [MI]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 3:34 PM
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My places are C type places so my Tenants are not the high earners that can pay $1200+ a month. My average rents are in the range of $500-650. Due to the demographics of my area, we have a large percentage that make $10-$18 per hour. The second largest group are on welfare / disability and make less. Retirees without pensions, basically on social security and a bit of savings, if they do not already own their home are looking in that $600 range, maybe a bit more if there are two of them in the same house. Those who can pay more buy their places mostly (at least around here).

I think our success is improved when we adapt to our market.

In mine, it's the $10-18 per hour workers and the retirees.

There's little sense getting units for 70K plus, much less 200-300K+.

I still have to screen them well. There are bad people at every level.

To answer the question my worst generally are the ones with throw away jobs --- gas stations, fast food, retail clerks, etc. Especially if they are 30+ years old.

I'm looking for time on the job at current employer, desire to move up, and the give a darn. Plus of course, checking them good. What I don't want is job hoppers that get in a snit and quit, drama people and character flawed types that will steal or cheat. They drag you into their world where they beat you like that big whale beat Captain Ahab. --23.121.xx.xxx




What professions... (by MikeA [TX]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 3:40 PM
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Yard mowers who call themselves landscapers typically struggle through the winter months.

Roughnecks in oil and gas. It's always boom then bust. --50.26.xx.xxx




What professions... (by melinda [MD]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 4:06 PM
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Worst that we have experienced---fast food employees, house cleaning people, ministers, car salespeople and construction workers. Refuse to rent to the fast food employees. --24.233.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Busy [WI]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 4:08 PM
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Drug dealers, drug manufacturers. Anyone wanting to run a business out of the home where customers come to the house. --70.92.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Doogie [KS]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 6:06 PM
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Property Managers will typically have a very pushy attitude. I had one flat out ask "What are you going to fix before we move in?" Handyman and cleaning crew had just finished. I just told her I don't think this will work out and ushered her out the door. --72.209.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Robert J [CA]) Posted on: Mar 4, 2019 9:18 PM
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Sometimes I find a "professional tradesman" working for a contractor. Many workers haven't the knowledge, expertise or capital to have their own company. An example, a painter. This guy knows how to day anything. He can take a dump and make it look like the Queens Castle. But he drinks. Been in jail a few times and knows nothing about running a business.

So I hired him many times. A friend, Susan, wanted to have her apartment building painted by a real tradesman and have it look like a million bucks. So I explained how to work with a guy like this. You pay him by day, based on the hours he works. Not the same rate for 5 hours as if he's there for the a full 8 hour shift. Materials. He can give you a list and you can shop around and make the purchase, confirming that this is for your job and not for another job.

This was all well and good, except after Susan spent an hour going over the job and how to handle this "painter", she handed off the project to her husband -- thinking she did her part.

The entire job was going to be $7,000 and take 2 months. After two weeks the husband gave the painter $5,000 and he never returned, thinking he has made his profit why work anymore for this client.

The wife was mad at her husband for paying him 60% of the job when he did only 20% of the work. I told the wife it was her fault, I explained how to work with an irresponsible tradesman... She agreed. They had to hire a licensed painting contractor and paid $10,000 more to get the job done.

This is very common for the lay person who thinks they know everything and don't listen to a contractor friend that they've worked with for a dozen years and has 20 times more property then they have.. --47.156.xx.xx




What professions... (by Busy [WI]) Posted on: Mar 5, 2019 11:08 AM
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I have a little concern about labeling any type of work as ‘bad.’ We’re all landlords on this forum, yet, we know we run the gamut of personalities.

I do draw the line at businesses where the customer physically walks onto the property I have residential homes, in residential neighborhoods, not zoned for commercial, and my insurance isn’t set up for commercial property. And, if growing weed becomes legal, my concern would be about damage to the property from overwatering, humidity, mold. Same with breeding and raising animals, No raising crops, livestock. It’s not a farm, either. I allow pets, gardening, but only in containers because of potential lead in the soil. --172.58.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by WMH [NC]) Posted on: Mar 5, 2019 11:54 AM
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Busy I wasn't labeling per se, but saying "my experience has been..." with certain professions.

If I ran across someone from those now-suspect professions that checked out, then I would rent to them.

Trouble is, I never do. --50.82.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Busy [WI]) Posted on: Mar 5, 2019 3:08 PM
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WNC, that’s pretty much my view on THC possession. I don’t screen against it, just, haven’t had applicants with more than one thc possession pass the screening criteria. I see your point. --70.92.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by RentsDue [MA]) Posted on: Mar 5, 2019 6:14 PM
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1. Lawyers

2. Law Students --71.10.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Mar 5, 2019 10:29 PM
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MY state and local discrimination laws do NOT itemize SOURCE OF INCOME so we decline

-Attorneys, paralegals, anyone working in an atty office

-Law Enforcement

-Self employed, SSI, disability - must be garnishable

-Waiter/waitress because tips are not garnishable

BRAD --73.102.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Wilma [PA]) Posted on: Mar 6, 2019 9:29 AM
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"Newly self-employed in an exciting business" is common and a BIG no for me. --71.175.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by GLR [MA]) Posted on: Mar 7, 2019 6:28 AM
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Brad -

Can you expand on why declining these professions?

--69.26.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by GLR [MA]) Posted on: Mar 7, 2019 6:28 AM
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Brad -

Can you expand on why declining these professions?

--69.26.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Orit [MI]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 11:05 AM
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Try not to go by profession, though am very careful with anyone working for a law firm in any capacity. We go by verifiable income, so any cash earnings, unless supported by tax return will, will not count as income. Most important is rental history. They also have to be at least one year at their current job --98.250.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Don H [MO]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 11:24 AM
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Anyone with symptoms of dementia. Six month later it got real crazy. --162.229.xx.xxx




What professions... (by mike [CA]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 11:35 AM
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strippers...FUNNY! guess no one wants their rent in a wad of $1 dollar bills that need to be sanitized before touching? me, i have a more christian attitude toward the hard working working girls and strippers can ALWAYS make rent with a few more shifts or an expanded menu of 'services'. buzzards gotta eat.

my no-fly list isn't really trade specific as much as type of person specific. i always start with the credit report and the application for signs of "dirt-baggery" and their willingness to stiff socially crucial folks like doctors and landlords. anyone on disability needs to have a leg missing or be a veteran and have been on disability income for years. anyone with a "service animal" better be blind or a veteran with nasty PTSD twitch. Folks that move a lot are no-fly, folks that have had cars repo'd, folks with emergency room balances older than 12 months, folks with 2-3 cell phone companies after them for a few hundred bucks, folks with collections from veterinarians...they are a;ll no-fly. the credit report is the first stop and it's the litmus test for the next step.

ANYONE THAT LIES ON THE APPLICATION GETS A POLITE REMINDER THAT LYING IS BAD...especially in the modern day where there really are few secrets.

LAWYERS are NEVER ever considered. i learned in my roofing company that they like to mark up my contracts. their self-importance requires them to whiz on everything they see and demand a revision. it's always a pleasure to advise that the contract was not a 'draft'...IT'S THE FINAL AND EXACTLY ZERO ITEMS ON IT ARE NEGOTIABLE. they can't help it...it's like a labrador after a ball.

like others here i don't deal with property managers and real estate sales types. they should live in a house they own...if not they're crummy earners.

i have learned that cops are poor tenants UNLESS they are over 50, MARRIED to their first and only wife (who they don't beat) and have NO chip on their shoulder

the good ones rise to the top, but the roaches are usually easy to find with experience

--76.176.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Ron [GA]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 12:39 PM
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We will not even consider renting to lawyers or preachers. After that, of course we screen all applicants to assure they meet our 3/1 income requirements and are generally responsible people. By the way, I love to rent to strippers--we always get paid, more often than not in cash, and meeting with the tenant is always a delight. --107.202.xx.xxx




What professions... (by 6x6 [TN]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 1:14 PM
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I don't have enough houses or experience to say but it is definitely interesting reading everyone's response.

With some of the long list on here, which I understand, I have to wonder how long it takes to find a tenant.

Brad, it is funny that you know and talk to a lot of people in the legal field but would not rent to anyone in the field.

Can't wait to see what Sid and Myob have to say.

--73.120.xx.xxx




What professions... (by plenty [MO]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 1:22 PM
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The only stripper we rented to was fine... it was her over prorective boyfriend that caused issues. So for us it's the company they keep. Never lawyers or legal professionals. Find homes of nurses are unclean. They are just people. --99.203.xx.xx




What professions... (by 6x6 [TN]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 1:52 PM
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Plenty, I was going to ask about the stripper thing. Thanks for clarifying. --73.120.xx.xxx




What professions... (by Mike Butler [KY]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 1:56 PM
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I agree with Brad +

- we don't rent to dirty people, only clean and responsible people with valid photo may apply

- Must prove and verify income

- we Do not rent if their current address is less than 1 year

- NO Police, Attorneys, Preachers, local activists, Strippers, Dopers, Hood Rats and Thugs, Dangerous Animals (pit bulls, etc) and I have a way to still be in compliance with ADA, NO Section 8. And continued after my dr appt. --66.87.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Adele [FL]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 1:58 PM
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Good posts. Watch out for those without steady work, those with part time work or piecemeal work, on call work, and those with attitudes that do not match a responsible respectful demeanor.

Watch for people who claim to work for a large company, but are really on some temporary labor force contract for that company.

The posts above represent the professions the landlords have personally had issues with and have been bitten! Seeing these in writing...... I have to smile! Been there , done that.

Insurance also, believe it or not, some are paid on commissions only and are may not be established in that business. --66.87.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Marie [VA]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 2:00 PM
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I had trouble with chefs. Rented to them twice and both times had "science experiments" in the refrigerator and filthy living conditions. I bought a foreclosure owned by restaurant owners/chefs that needed total rehab.

Oh, and the couple that called themselves a non-profit (but not registered) and "rescued" the homeless people by letting them live with them. --199.189.xxx.x




What professions... (by Ray-N-Pa [PA]) Posted on: Mar 8, 2019 4:53 PM
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Truck driver. Impossible to get personal service --72.23.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Linda [AR]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 6:03 AM
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Barbers, --71.238.xxx.xx




What professions... (by NE [PA]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 6:08 AM
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Holy cow, is there anyone left? I don't rent to people in general. --50.32.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by NE [PA]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 6:10 AM
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Not only do I shy away from renting to people in general, the fact that they are tenants to begin with is a HUGE red flag and being they want one of my places is almost an instant disqualifier!

Haha. J/k, just a little Saturday morning humor. --50.32.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by WMH [NC]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 7:31 AM
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All Real Estate is local, NE, including acceptable professions. If I didn't rent to waitresses, bar tenders and other service workers, I wouldn't have any tenants!

Anyone with a pulse, though, can get a job in the trades down here - so if a person says he is a painter or a plumber or an electrician and DOESN'T have a full-time job, there's a reason. --72.84.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Busy [WI]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 7:36 AM
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WMH, he was joking. Pretty good too. I’m thinking that you are saying those landlords who refuse certain professions have other options for tenants, some areas only have limited jobs, so refusing the cash jobs would leave no one to apply? --70.92.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by 6x6 [TN]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 9:39 AM
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Man, you guys are tough.

NE, good one. I was wondering myself if there was anyone left.

Mike Butler, I just finished one of your books. Can you elaborate why you do not rent to police, considering your past career? --73.120.xx.xxx




What professions... (by Jim in O C [CA]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 1:47 PM
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Lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries and spouses of the aforementioned. The only applicant to screw me out of a credit check fee of $15 was a lawyer. He didn’t include it with the application and told me to go ahead and run the credit and he will pay me. After I ran the credit report and advised him the property was his he told me he found a different property and if I wanted my $15 to sue him. --24.130.x.xxx




What professions... (by Annie [IN]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 2:25 PM
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We once had a gal who claimed to be a Christian. Left a newly remodeled unit filthy in just six months. Also owed us back rent. That was early on in our career. If anyone claims to be a Christian upon our first meeting, they are automatically disqualified in our book.

We once had a gal who was a professional house cleaner (LOL). Place was filthy in six months. Guess she was too worn out when she got home to take care of the place.

Finally, shy away from preachers in any capacity. Had one recently that was "helping" someone down on their luck; gave our property manager a check (which we normally do not accept) for the Application Fee. Turned out the account the check as written on was closed. However, the tenant he "helped" has turned out pretty good.

Live and Learn! --75.103.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Cjo’h [CT]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 2:55 PM
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I don’t have a Gullitone,so I rent to all of those people usually the first one who applies I don’t discriminate ,No Way Areyou kidding.....,,,,,,,, Charlie ...... --32.214.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Danno [IL]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 3:05 PM
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A "Big Red Flag" stands out whenever an applicant declares at the apartment showing or when they submit their lease application, a statement along these lines: "You will never have to ever worry about any delinquent rent coming from me. I strongly feel that it's my absolute Christian duty to pay all of my outstanding bills!" That's the calling card of a professional tenant! In retrospect, a good thorough screening policy and a satisfaction that there will be relevant, cooperative third party confirmation of all of my inquiries at any point of the tenancy, has largely kept me in control. --67.176.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Cjo’h [CT]) Posted on: Mar 9, 2019 3:09 PM
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If you’re a stripper ,Yould better find a place quick , too cold out there. at least here in Connecticut,maybe Florida or California ,little different...........Charlie,,,,,,, --32.214.xxx.xx




What professions... (by Tera B [TX]) Posted on: Mar 11, 2019 5:11 PM
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I only have three years as a landlord but I do not exclude professions. I require 3/1 income ration, credit and background check, reference check, employment and income check. So far, so good. No problems. Praying to baby Jesus it stays that way. --97.99.xx.xx




What professions... (by Kim [ME]) Posted on: May 9, 2019 3:38 PM
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We had a stressful situation when Trump shut down the government TWICE and both of our SFH tenants have government jobs. I'm not sure if I would put myself in that situation again. But both our tenants are absolute dream tenants and they did an excellent job of getting their rent paid.

The worst tenants were our first. The couple moved from out-of-state where they had owned a large home. This should have been a red flag, but we did do background checks. They were up-front with us about their debt situation and their credit report did appear to reflect that they were making an effort to catch up. The guy had a (disposable) job at the local water bottling plant and the woman was a stay-at-home mom with a medical situation. She was quite high on her pain meds the second time we met. During their tenancy she claimed to have broken her leg falling from the two steps at the front door. She sued us. She only managed to get our insurance to repay her insurance for her health care claim. An exercise in futility. Soon they divorced and moved out, leaving mess and damage. Only after being notified of the lawsuit did I research them online. I found a newspaper article showing where they had taken the state to court over housing. It was an important lesson for us as new landlords. --24.31.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by JB [OR]) Posted on: May 11, 2019 12:29 PM
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Just lawyers and nurses. --24.20.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by JKJ [MA]) Posted on: May 12, 2019 7:11 AM
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For me it’s Correction Officers, I have had a few inquire over the years but fortunately never rented to 1. I at least have found they are very use to being the 1’s in charge and making the rules, they don’t like so much being told what to do. I suppose same as cops. --71.248.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by bet [MA]) Posted on: May 12, 2019 1:16 PM
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Food industry

Bartenders

Anyone working under the table

Self employed

roofers

painters

self employed contractors

barbers

housekeeping

Landscapers

Fast food

Srippers

bouncers

Mechanics

Hairdressers

Anyone who collects tips

Fisherman

Law students

Paralegals

Lawyers

Addict counselors

Babysitters

Home aid health workers

People getting paid to take care of their relatives

Preachers

Marijuana distributors --45.19.xxx.x




What professions... (by bet [MA]) Posted on: May 12, 2019 1:17 PM
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LOL and ask me how I know. --45.19.xxx.x




What professions... (by WI House [WI]) Posted on: May 14, 2019 12:09 AM
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I saw that someone mentioned nurses. I'm curious what the reason for that is. --47.41.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Barbara [VA]) Posted on: May 14, 2019 6:06 AM
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WI house, for me it's CNA or nursing asistants/home health care aids. That profession attracts the dredges of society IMHO. 20 years and I have met only 3 I would let touch a member of my family. It's so scarry locally that I am considering going back to school so when my parents need one I can legally be theirs.

May God bless the truly good ones. --174.255.xxx.xxx




What professions... (by Mike [TX]) Posted on: May 14, 2019 8:36 AM
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Obese, fat people. It must be a profession as it apparently takes days of non stop eating and sleeping to achieve such a position..... no time for a job These people are lazy, filthy arrogant , dishonest disgusting and will damage your property .while griping the whole time. --73.166.xxx.xxx



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