An occupational disease in an industry, does this also include you
These years, who hasn't gotten any "occupational diseases"!
From April 25th to May 1st, it is the 16th "Occupational Disease Prevention Law Publicity Week". Which "occupational diseases" have you heard of?
Pneumoconiosis, cervical spondylosis, flying mosquito, dry eye ...
However, there are some other types of "occupational diseases" besides the "official certification" of the law.
Under the question "Do you have an interesting" professional / occupational disease "?", You can see some irresistible answers, such as--
Police: Every time I put on the police uniform, I feel my shoulders are heavy.
Architecture: Museums never look at exhibits.
Chinese Department: When arguing, you will unconsciously use parallelism. You must also make up three.
The Chinese may like Bibi everything, even "ill" is no exception.
In recent years, who hasn't ordered the "occupational disease" that symbolizes his industry? As a practitioner in a certain industry, you can't count as a professional without a specific "occupational disease."
Here are some typical "occupational diseases". Let's see if you are also successful?
New Media People: Crazy Search for Hot Spots
There are hot topics to choose topics, and back to hot topics to read.
Many new media editors were entangled by this curse and couldn't get rid of them, so they became particularly sensitive to hot spots, as if they were "human-shaped hot spot detectors."
As for this, the Talk girl as the editor also knows it well.
If in the circle of friends, 3 or more friends reposted the same graphic, poster or H5, they would secretly confide--
How hot is this matter?
Will it become a screen swipe event?
Would you like to write about it?
And once a hot spot emerges, these situations may occur-
I ate with my friends, suddenly said goodbye in advance and found an Internet cafe nearby;
The off computer is ready for work, and silently walks back to the station and restarts;
Lying on the bed after washing, a carp was up, and the computer screen was lit in the night ...
If the target can be so active in chasing hot spots, the Talk girl will not be so far ...
Operator: Automatic recognition of routine
As a friend of operation, whenever I see some friends in the circle of friends who repost "code scan and give away", "limited time free", "* X hours", "only X places left", they all laughed off.
Isn't that the usual means of promotion? If I want to do it, I won't eat it.
Of course, sometimes I also see some newer gameplay, knowing that it is a routine, they will still take the initiative. I'd like to see, how do you set me up!
Ctrl + Z can be said to be the "regret medicine" for designers
Unsatisfactory or wrong design, Ctrl + Z;
What stupid thing did you do, Ctrl + Z;
The coffee has not been scattered on the body, Ctrl + Z;
It ’s so hilarious to drive a red light, Ctrl + Z;
Stir-fried dishes, Ctrl + Z;
Anyway, I regret thinking about Ctrl + Z.
However, how can life be like design, Ctrl + Z anytime, anywhere, full of hearts ...
In addition, designers also have an occupational disease, which is obsessive-compulsive disorder.
A designer without OCD is not a good designer.
It ’s especially uncomfortable to see misaligned things;
When you encounter a picture with low pixels, you will definitely think about how to increase the pixels;
Transparency * cannot be 49 or 51, 74;
The coordinates of the anchor point must be integers.
There are many occupational diseases among doctors.
Doctors often wash their hands constantly and go out to eat only with their own cups. In severe cases, as soon as someone sits in their chair, they need to find a rag and detergent.
It is said that doctors never take public seats, because thousands of people have sat there, and they always feel that they are covered with germs; even if they have to sit, they will also put on handkerchiefs and tissues they carry; Put on a handkerchief and sling the rings; rarely push the door with your hands, bend your elbows or use your feet.
Industry rumors: In terms of cleanliness, surgery is more serious than internal medicine, surgical nurses are more serious than doctors, and operating room nurses are more serious than surgical nurses.
Nurse: Observing back of hand
If the nurse sister is always staring at your hand, not surprisingly, this is her "occupational disease"
The nurse often observes the backs of other people's hands. If your hands are thin and exposed with blue tendons, which means that it is convenient to pierce the needle, she may have an inexplicable impression on you; if your veins are hidden deep and difficult to find, she will give you points .
Medical Man: Suspect
Client: "I think about it."
Medical equipment sales: "Thank you, then I will visit again next time."
"Why should he think about it?"
"Isn't it easy for him?"
"Isn't my job in place, which aspect is not in place?"
"Would you like to report to the leader? What should you say?"
"Does it affect my completion this month? Would you like to run elsewhere?"
The various "occupational diseases" can also be said to reflect the characteristics of work in various industries. Every friend who suffers from "occupational diseases" probably has a dedicated and dedicated heart ~
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