I just don't know how many occupations there are that the normal job state is being in one place the entire day. Sounds horrifying.
Those that are quite horrifying. I'm thinking call center jobs or any such service level position. Ones where you are not measured by how well you resolve the customer's issue but how many calls you get through and how quickly you do it.
These are jobs which devalue and degrade you fast if you don't buy into their antisocial focus. There are reasons these jobs have been packaged up and forced into contracted companies. It changes their nature. Your job is no longer to assist the people calling, as they aren't your customers. Your customer is the company paying you to get through as many calls as possible. That's messed up.