Hm. I haven't really had jobs I've liked...between the people I've worked with, and the fact most jobs have just been "jobs" and I've never really followed a career path I was that interested in. I suppose...on interest? I worked in customer support/forum & gaming moderation for SCEE/Playstation in the first 3 years of the PS3. That was cool. Wank as fuck management that made me hate a lot of my time there though. In terms of "doing something good", I was a dispatcher with the RSPCA as well...though the place and how they do things bleeds hypocrisy, and...wasn't what I hoped it would be... In terms of fitness levels? Unloading shopping containers full of kitchenwear by hand. Lots of lifting. Got super fit...comparative to my normal self anyway...kinda ended up taking a bit of a toll on my already fucked back. There was also managing my own warehouse in a cable manufacturing plant. I basically manned a large temperature controlled store room for fibre that would end up going into NBN etc. I worked on my own, or with one other person. I got good at my job. The familiarity made it a breeze. I restructured the place to have it running much more efficiently by my standards. I trained people. I was a seconded fire warden. I'd say this semi-logistics role was probably also the job I was "best at", but...there was only so far you could move forward...and it got old...and nothing new came of it, so I left when I got another offer. I guess it comes down to "what would I do again" Office Relocations. Basically a removalist for big offices and banks and the like, even did some for large Police stations. You turn up, you're designated a sector/area, you go in, disassemble say someone's desk/work area, take apart any IT/Tech, label everything, crate and transport it in an organsied fashion, then re-assemble it all on the other side of the move. I got to work with a group of people that were for the better part tolerable. I didn't have to answer to any of the staff on site. Most of it was during the night. Different locations all the time, and a good amount of work. No expectation of full time, but you could do above and beyond if you so chose, plentiful as it needed to be. I got left alone. That's the most important thing to me. Leave me the fuck alone.