Got 99 problems? Make sure that coming up with an occupation for tonight's game isn't one!
2400+ 19th Century Occupations is a finely crafted list of mostly historically accurate and verisimilitudinous occupations collected by our semi-professional Victorians. Perfect for deciding on your character's job, or to fill up your 19th century cities.
A sample of what you might find:
114. Ballast Master: A person in charge of loading the ballast into the holds of empty ships.
375. Buddleboy: Maintained the vats used in the lead and tin mines for washing the ore.
651. Colour Man: mixed the dyes in the textile trade and also assistant to a house painter.
988. Framer: A person who made frames for houses.
1270. Kilner: limeburner, in charge of a kiln.
This product is system and genre agnostic, so feel free to use it to use it to employ your fantasy PCs, to name your tanks in any number of popular war games set in the far future, to add some realism to your virtual reality simulator adventures, or just to spark your own imagination!