I've found that unfortunately that in most jobs, even in some creative works also (so not necessarily all 'corporate/office' works), you can't really avoid such things as: details, routine, and repetitiveness.
But in all honesty, these factors are what truly hindering me from wanting to commit to any kind of work/job.
I know that this isn't a good attitude, definitely (ie: there's even a quite popular 'pragmatist' sayings: "Life is about repetition"....uggh...),
but sometimes I do wish that things were different..
that jobs/work no longer have to become so repetitive and mundane.
Because frankly-speaking, as an INFP myself, I seem to usually only care and put HUGE interest/passion if the job involves more of a 'bigger picture' and 'Purpose/Meaning' (perhaps this is exactly why I can spend countless hours day and nights, literally, to never-ending browse, research, read, study and learn for NEW, interesting, and meaningful things (usually on the Net, but quite often also books, & other sources) such as: Philosophy, Sprirituality, new Science, Humanity, even weird stuff such as Ufology),
and turns to easily HATE it so much when it starts to become another 'mindless, mundane, repetitive' routines where you have to do 'em over and over and over again, every day,..'till it suddenly loses its value and become just like a 'drone-task'!
So if the so-called Real World we're living (and the nature of work/job) is really about repetitiveness (& mundane details), then how can I work on this tearing dilemma, so I can once again go back participating & contributing in real world again?..
Need your opinions, thx.