I don't know if where you live is in better shape than where I live, I hope so, but I can think of two 'ag companies' right around here that often have job openings. One is the 'Kitchen Made' cabinet company (or something like that - Kraft Made? Something?), the other is the local Coop farm store. Both a 30 min drive each way. The cabinet company has office job openings when someone dies, for about five minutes. It's a surprisingly small staff and such jobs are usually filled from within the ranks. They often have a few factory floor jobs available, jobs local Amish men usually get. The local farm coop store hires people to work the sale counter all the time. They're expected to know an extensive inventory, work the cash register,AND tote farm supplies out to cars. Experience driving a fork lift is a positive. You don't have to buff your nails for those jobs. The jobs around this rural are that are available more often, are mostly in the suburbs or city, and most are - fairly fussy about appearance - and many other things. That's because many of them are for the local health care super-company - you don't even want to know how many vaccinations they want you to have, lol, or how many blood tests you'll have to get before they hire you, and dress code is big - and strict - for them, but varies job to job. But you better not walk down the hall with your ID badge picture not visible - that's grounds for immediate termination. I wish you all the best in finding an office job that lets you define the dress code, or anything else(hours, culture, etc)....Those jobs are out there, but they're not always the greatest jobs. My friend got an office job like you want, a while ago, it was at a small company that makes paint pails. It was a 'chief cook and bottle washer' job - she did a little bit of everything, and didn't do any 'customer-facing'. It was exactly what she wanted. I hope that you get a job exactly like what you want.