This article originally appeared on Schools.com.
By Maryalene LaPonsie
If your work days resemble scenes from the cult classic "Office Space"--an annoying boss stalks your cubicle or your stapler is constantly stolen--it may be time to look for a new, "office optional" career. While working in an office can offer a steady paycheck and a comfortable work environment, for some, breathing recycled air and being chained to a desk just isn't going to cut it. Fortunately, there are a number of jobs that allow you to break free from the confines of your cubicle and explore the wide world beyond. Here are some of the top office optional occupations worth considering.