Time to Think Jokes for Different Occupations

Using different occupations to find jokes to think about suited to those professions

Time to Think Jokes for Different Occupations

People spend most of their time at their jobs with colleagues and coworkers. Having a good time at the workplace is one way to enjoy a fulfilling job. There are many jokes to think about that are suited to different occupations. Think jokes for insurance such as the following:

 

James was looking for a job as a salesman for insurance policies. He walked into an insurance company and asked for a job.

“There are no vacancies,” they replied.

“You can’t afford not to give me a job. I’m the world’s best salesman. I can sell anyone anything at any time,” James said.

“Well, if you are as good as you say, sell these two prospects that none of our other sales agents have been able to, and you’ve got yourself a job!”

James left for about two hours and came back with two checks, one for $25,000 and the other for $50,000.

“How in the world did you do that?” they asked.

“I’m the world’s best salesman!” he replied.

“Did you get urine samples?” they asked.

“What’s that?” James asked.

“Well, if you are able to sell a policy worth $20,000 and above, then the company requires urine samples from you,” they replied.

James left for five hours and the company was just about to close when he walked in with two gallons full of liquid. He then reached in his pockets and removed two more samples of urine. “Here is Mr. Smith’s and Mr. Brown’s.”

“That’s good,” they replied, “but what is in those two gallons?”

“Well, I passed by the Holiday Inn, and they were having a convention so I stopped and sold them a group policy!”

 

Lunch breaks are an excellent time to bring out think jokes. They keep people entertained and take out the monotony and the serious factor of working. Take any profession, and you can certainly come up with jokes that make you think for example how engineers think jokes.

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