16 People Admit The Professions They Would Cancel If They Could

It might take all types to make the world go ’round and all of that, but have you ever wondered if we all might be better off if we could just yeet all of the lawyers in the world (for example)?

These 16 people have, and they have some pretty interesting ideas on what profession makes the world a less great place to be.

16. All lobbyists, maybe.

Pharma lobbyists.

They have more money than all other lobbyists to protect company profits by keeping medicines unaffordable and insurance shitty so people have to pay thousands to stay alive.

It is evil and serves no purpose.

15. Is this a profession? Because…

Scam callers, I don’t see any legitimate reason they should exist.

14. That’s not a job, but he needs to go.

That guy who increased insulin costs to $700/month rates.

I’m not even diabetic, he’s just the biggest scum ball I could think of that hadn’t seen commented yet.

13. It’s a bit depressing.

MLM, everyone of them should be eliminated. Also called direct marketing and pyramid schemes.

Parasites living off of gullible people, all of them.

Even when the quality isn’t utter trash, they are waaaaaayyyyyy over priced because you’re paying the entire up-line. My favorite example is Doterra. I don’t care if you use essential oils because they smell nice, you do you, but you can buy the same oils from legitimate cites for pennies on the dollar.

Seriously, the mark-ups which seem to be literally just paying for their lies and manipulation are extreme.

12. So gross.


Especially any of the Epstein variety that pimp out children.

11. It shouldn’t be legal.

Predatory/abusive money lenders.

And banks that charge fees for being poor.

I saw a sign at a CIBC branch advising of increasing fees, and there was a section telling people how they can save money. One point was to maintain a minimum balance of $4000 every day of the month.

As if that’s a choice for some people. Certainly for me it wasn’t a choice up until 3-4 years ago.

10. There is a difference.


There’s a difference between good faith advocacy and the kind of lobbying that happens in the American political arena (usually the difference involves piles of cash vs hard data and analysis without working backwards from a conclusion that just so happens to enrich the lobbyists employers) related largely to Citizens United v FEC.

9. The lowest of the low.

Mega-Church evangelists who preach the Prosperity Gospel.

I mean, it won’t help the most people, but I just find them so deplorable for praying on people in order to enrich themselves, and using those people’s faith to do it.

I got into a debate with a woman who was defending her super rich mega church pastor. He wore $300 Nike sneakers and really high end clothing.

She was like “how can I have faith in a pastor who dresses like a pauper? He is teaching us how to prosper and needs to lead by example.”

8. Don’t fall for one.

Nigerian princes.

Why are there so many of them?

Why do they have all that money?

They should give some of that to other people.

7. Unless you need the food.

Poachers, pretty self explanatory.

My heart breaks when I hear of the dwindling elephant population in Africa.

Such majestic beasts being devastated by human greed.

6. Technically.

Human s*x trafficking.

Kind of it is a job, criminal one but still a job. One spends time, and gets paid.

5. We can all agree on these, right?

“Child Beauty Pagent Coordinator”

“Youth Straight Camp Counselor”

Both are Pedophiles, most likely.

4. I don’t understand how this is a job.

Social media ‘influencers’.

I blame the people who follow them. Influencers would not exist if people just ignored them.

3. Definitely sketchy.


They’re just paid stalkers.

Who the heck even pays for random photos of celebs anyways?

2. Just to clarify.

Food bank volunteers.

Not because I don’t like them.

But because I want a world where they aren’t needed because all the people have enough food.

1. We should just trust doctors.

Insurance prior authorization specialists and medical claims reps.

These are the people who deny you an MRI your doctor ordered and ask your providers for letters of medical necessity, 10 years of past medical records and current notes and still deny to pay for the service because it wasn’t deemed a medical necessity.

Most of the time with oy a high-school degree and no idea how to read the records they are demanding.

Some of these make a lot of sense, I’m not going to lie.

What about you? Let us know your submission in the comments!