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    Default looking for easy career

    what's an easy career for idiots and lazy people? I need something that's repetitive, I hate learning new things. I prefer to master a skill and use those skills till I retired.

    Can't do trade though cause of my health, I'm not physically able to do intense labor.

    I'm mid 20s, uneducated(don't care to learn), isolated from people for couple years now so I have hatred build up. So I want a easy job that doesn't deal with people. Prefer to be my own boss and not be watched like a hawk. It'll be great if I can make a lot of money.

    Jobs I thought about
    1.blue collor but can't due to my health
    2. driver: can't cause of my health
    3. professional gamble: can't cause I"m not smart enough


    I'm starting to believe I can't survive in this world. My parents aren't gonna support me forever. I don't even know how I can keep a job since I can't even take care of my basic needs. If I'm gonna live I'm gonna need some money.

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    Data entry person?
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    1) Gambling isn't for idiots and lazy people, and it's not repetitive. It's actually very high risk and chancey, and requires a certain level of skill.

    2) You are my total opposite, what you describe sounds like hell on earth to me, sooo...

    3) You belong in a myriad of positions where intelligent and/or ambitious people will be delighted to enslave you. Some suggestions:

    ~ sweat shop laborer in third world country (you could sit at a sewing machine all day, just think!)

    ~ tedious factory work in a small midwestern town

    ~ Wal-Mart greeter

    ~ fast-food

    Would you like fries with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
    Data entry person?
    I think that's the only realistic possibility where you wouldn't work with people. He couldn't even do medical coding or billing, as that would require learning an actual skill.

    The most hilarious part is that he thinks he can make a lot of money without either acquiring a skill or trade, or being fairly ambitious, or at least doing something that requires directly hustling selling things to people.

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    how about aiming lower? like forget the job, and try to get on something like welfare?
    have 10 babies or something.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
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    oooh or become a recovering crackhead that has to take care of his retarded sister a la sweet dee and dennis:

    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    1) Gambling isn't for idiots and lazy people, and it's not repetitive. It's actually very high risk and chancey, and requires a certain level of skill.

    2) You are my total opposite, what you describe sounds like hell on earth to me, sooo...

    3) You belong in a myriad of positions where intelligent and/or ambitious people will be delighted to enslave you. Some suggestions:

    ~ sweat shop laborer in third world country (you could sit at a sewing machine all day, just think!)

    ~ tedious factory work in a small midwestern town

    ~ Wal-Mart greeter

    ~ fast-food

    Would you like fries with that?
    You misunderstood me. Never said I didn't wanted to learn a skill. I would prefer to learn a skill actully just never consistent. For example if I suffer couple yrs to learn a computer language it wouldn't matter in 10yrs. Nobody would be using the same language, I don't wanna consistently learn new things.

    your post sounds like an insult to me. How about you reread what I said before going off about stupid jobs that isn't compatible with what I listed.

    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
    Data entry person?
    sounds like a job I can do! but aren't those jobs outsourced? I also want something with job security. What happends if I get fired in couple years?

    looking for a career not a temp job.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I think that's the only realistic possibility where you wouldn't work with people. He couldn't even do medical coding or billing, as that would require learning an actual skill.

    The most hilarious part is that he thinks he can make a lot of money without either acquiring a skill or trade, or being fairly ambitious, or at least doing something that requires directly hustling selling things to people.
    again I never said without any skills. I'm pretty sure you can make good money with some skill sets. Rather than insults why don't you save some time and not reply?

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    I'm thinking of this film now:



    One of the minor characters (who never appears alive on-screen) dies because her "job" is chewing bread for doll faces i.e. "chewies." She chokes.

    However, it seemed to be a position that was repetitive, home-based, and lacked supervision or work with the public. Why, oh why, couldn't the OP have been fortunate enough to have been born in a small village in rural Russia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhmm View Post
    how about aiming lower? like forget the job, and try to get on something like welfare?
    have 10 babies or something.
    LOL why is it lower? to me that's higher. I already looked into and applied for disability benefits. Got rejected though but I'm gonna appeal!

    What kind of welfare can I get with having lots of kids? I know you can get food, free shitty apartment, free healthcare but do they give you checks every month so I can pay the bills?

    edit: also I heard the limit is only 5yrs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by think2much View Post
    You misunderstood me. Never said I didn't wanted to learn a skill. I would prefer to learn a skill actully just never consistent. For example if I suffer couple yrs to learn a computer language it wouldn't matter in 10yrs. Nobody would be using the same language, I don't wanna consistently learn new things.

    your post sounds like an insult to me. How about you reread what I said before going off about stupid jobs that isn't compatible with what I listed.



    sounds like a job I can do! but aren't those jobs outsourced? I also want something with job security. What happends if I get fired in couple years?

    looking for a career not a temp job.



    again I never said without any skills. I'm pretty sure you can make good money with some skill sets. Rather than insults why don't you save some time and not reply?
    Okay you do want to be educated, but never learn again? How does that work, exactly? You want to learn something that will be the same in 50 years?

    You should learn a trade that is useful and practical that people will always need. However, you can't presume that doing a trade is easy. Some of the hardest working people are people who do trades.

    Your post is so lazy, pathetic, and unambitious that it invites insult. I mean, you want to learn something and never have to learn anything new again? So you want to be slow of mind as well as being apparently physically unwell?

    You're going to have to expect this kind of thing, especially when you insist you'd like to make lots of money doing something that is easy, not working with people, where you'd never have to learn or adapt again.

    Dream on. Unless you plan to do some of the things I listed, seriously...even if you learned a simple trade that you could sit still and do with your hands, it would probably require a level of creativity or artistry or craftsmanship that seems a bit out of your ...um...level of ambition.

    You don't want to be outsourced, fired, laid off ...but you also never want to learn, change, or adapt...I mean give me a fucking break, bro.

    If you say this to people in person, they may physically accost you.

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