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This is based on the What is a Word/Phrase™ series of Phrase™ and Word™ puzzles, started by JLee.


If a profession meets certain criteria, I call it a Stackable Profession™. Here are some examples:

Stackable Profession™ Non-Stackable Profession™
Gardening Farming
Photography Interior Design
Academia Marketing
Carpentry/Woodworking Architecture
Writing Publishing (Books)
Cooking Taste-Testing
Software Engineering Waitering
Electrical Engineering Patent Inspection

CSV:

Stackable Profession™,Non-Stackable Profession™
Gardening,Farming
Photography,Interior Design
Academia,Marketing
Carpentry/Woodworking,Architecture
Writing,Publishing (Books)
Cooking,Taste-Testing
Software Engineering,Waitering
Electrical Engineering,Patent Inspection

Can you figure out which professions are Stackable Professions™?

Note: each profession stands on its own - that is, you can determine whether or not it is a Stackable Profession™ just from itself.

I apologize if this is too easy or too hard - this is my first post here, though I've been hanging around for a while.

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  • $\begingroup$ The obvious answer would be Rot13(nal cebsrffvba jvgu n Fgnpx Rkpunatr fvgr, ohg Cbyvgvpf qbrfa'g svg gur cnggrea). $\endgroup$
    – F1Krazy
    Sep 11, 2022 at 15:39
  • $\begingroup$ @F1Krazy Realized that at the last second, I had changed it in the CSV but forgot to in the table $\endgroup$
    – pigrammer
    Sep 11, 2022 at 15:42

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A Stackable Profession is

any profession that has its own dedicated Stack Exchange site.

Specifically:

- Gardening has Gardening and Landscaping.SE
- Photography has Photography.SE
- Academia has Academia.SE
- Carpentry/Woodworking has Woodworking.SE
- Writing has Writing.SE
- Cooking has Seasoned Advice aka Cooking.SE
- Software Engineering has Software Engineering.SE
- Electrical Engineering has Electrical Engineering.SE

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