Me too, I get bored easily. I've always had a misguided sense of wanting to help people and I say that only because I really don't like working with people. I wanted to be a veterinary assistant until I spent a morning in a clinic and watched them neuter a cat
That was the end of that.
I've worked for the Canadian Dept. of Agriculture tracking cattle herds and shipping animals across the border.
I've been an oil and gas secretary. I was kind of a pioneer in the computer industry in that in 1975 I worked for Amoco Canada. Amoco wanted something that would allow them to communicate with their various offices so that if an agreement needed to be signed it could be sent, reviewed, signed and sent back the same day so they started messing with computers. They sent me to Tulsa for two weeks to work with their programmers and developed something called the EOS or electronic office system. Their original EDGAR program can be still found I think. In the '80s they sold it to IBM and the rest is history.
I was a customs broker, a hairdresser, and a practical nurse working in a podiatry clinic with an in-house OR so I assisted the doctors in surgery. I was also a massage therapist back before it was trendy and everybody wanted to meet me in hotel rooms
This transcription business is about the longest time I've spent in any job -- oh, yeah, I worked for Pinkertons in Calgary as well as a security guard/PI but most of the PI jobs went to the men.