Literally anything else you do to gouge your fellow man is totally aces. But I'm a human being with what I like to think is a good set of morals, and I started feeling bad about it. In fairness, the callers believed that psychics both: existed and that they plied their trade over the phone rather than winning lotteries or manipulating the stock market. Somebody was going to take advantage of them. Still, though, it's kind of a shitty thing to do. And it wears on you.
There are all kinds of downsides to this sort of work: No 401(k), having to lie and exploit the gullible, the medical bills incurred after psychic duels -- but at least the hours are flexible. You're expected to work 40 hours a week, but which hours are up to you. Here's how it works: you dial in, and your number goes green whenever you get a call, just like suicide hotlines. They monitor how long you spend talking to each client, and you keep taking calls until your personal well of bullshit dries up. You know those "work from home and make $5000 a month" ads that get plastered around college campuses? This is what that's about.
People who are seeking advice when it comes to their careers often find it helpful to speak to clairvoyant psychics. A clairvoyant reader can use his or her gifts to tap into an informative vision of a person, place or object that can help you advance in your career, obtain a new position or even change career direction. You can use this vision to prepare yourself or focus your energies on the best possible outcome.