Attention: In order to reply to messages, create topics, have access to other features of the community you must sign up for an account.
anon joined the community
I am interested in the question of how much free time/free mental space different jobs leave a person with. My ideal job is one where one would be allowed to read and also able to read without impeding job performance. Listening to audiobooks works too. So... are train operators and/or conductors allowed to read (or listen to audiobooks) on the job? DO train operators conductors read (or listen to audiobooks) on the job? Or are there enough demands/interruptions that it isn't really feasible? Thanks in advance for you replies.