I'm a registered nurse (RN) but I don't work in a hospital. I work with people who are injured on the job or in auto accidents; my official title is Field Case Manager. I travel to patient's homes to meet with them and discuss their injury and treatment, I also meet with them at their doctor appointments to discuss how they're progressing (or not) and find out what sort of treatment (therapy, surgery, medications) is needed to get them recovered so that they can (safely) return to work. I am sort of an intermediary between the patient, their employer and the worker's compensation insurance company.
Translation: I meet a lot of people, 99% nice 1% not; I travel A LOT (about 2 hrs in all directions radius); I write a LOT of reports and am buried in paperwork when not behind the wheel! When I am not on the road, I do work from my home, which is a wonderful thing, except when the kitties try to help me type reports!