Have you ever had a look at the recruitment channel, or at the recruitment threads on the forums?
“Looking for pvp pilots” …
“Miners/Industrialists/Mission runners wanted” …
“… check them out, they have a pretty good killboard …”
Take me. I do some mining every now and then, build some things every now and then, run a couple of missions, do some exploration, move stuff from A to B when needed, and when bored, go for a solo roam to the nearest red dots on the map (the fact that my battleclinic kb does not have recent kills/losses, doesn’t mean I don’t go out – it only means I loose ships less frequently). What does this make me? How do I answer to such adverts?
Take it one step to the generic. Why classify players? Is it not possible in EVE to do whatever you please as long as you have the skills for it? It’s not like you choose a race and skills and can not change them, or do other things apart from the initial set. Why the classification?
Is it related to mindset? Because then I’m really sorry for whoever thinks this way. EVE is a G A M E, nothing else. Do you want a job? Look for it in real life, not here, where it absolutely means nothing! What are you going to earn by doing what you are told in this game? ISK? And what is the real life impact of that? Wasted time?