Twitter users share the common misconceptions about their jobs

Mail Online | 8/8/2017 | Chloe Castleberry For Dailymail.com
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Explaining your profession to someone can sometimes be annoying and frustrating -especially when people seem to misunderstand what you do quite often.

But luckily, Twitter user Mantia of Portland, Oregon, started a Twitter thread asking what the general public seems to misunderstand about your profession.

People - Light - Work - Results

Naturally, many people rushed to shed some light on their work and the results are equally informative and hilarious.

One person said: 'Librarians do, in fact, still exist' while another person said: 'Archaeologists don't deal with dinosaurs and few of us ever excavate abroad.'

Bartender - Post - Importance - Fact - Ice

And a bartender shared in a post the importance of acknowledging the fact that less ice does not equate to more alcohol.

The tweet said: 'Less ice does not mean you will get more alcohol.'

Nurse - Argument - Post - 'Nurses - Sexy

And a nurse chimed in on the argument and shared in a post: 'Nurses are underpaid. We are not all sexy. We work outside of hospitals too.

'We are often hourly wage workers who don't get paid if we don't work and insurance companies cover everything medical (doctors, specialists, therapists, procedures, equipment) but not nursing hours.'

School - Screen - Addicts - Challenge - Nothing

And a high school teacher posted that although worked with 'hormone-riddled screen addicts' can sometimes be a challenge, there's nothing he'd rather do more.'

The tweet said: 'Teaching high school is performing one or more new one-act plays everyday, with reviewers who never see a show and an audience of hormone-riddled screen addicts who wouldn't notice if you died mid-slideshow. I will never love anything more.'

Assistant - Assistant

And an assistant shared that just because she worked as an assistant...
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