In the office jobs I've held "other duties as required" translated, at least some of the time, to paper shredding. Ironically, there's a lot of responsibility in this mundane task. Every time I shredded paper, I was the only one to go through the files and determine what duplications were no longer vital.
Moving preparations: Taking care of business at home.
Despite prestige of the shredder--how else can a temporary employee silence the rest of the office besides overpowering conversation with the shredder's ravenous whir?--I'm still not sure I really needed my college education to adequately accomplish this task.
What's the worst job your college degree qualified you to do?