So, you're an unemployed adult male living with your family. You're in your 20's or early 30's and you've either never held a job for any significant amount of time, or have a spotty work history consisting of low-paying menial jobs. You didn't complete a college degree, and probably dropped out of high school. You've fucked yourself when all of your peers who weren't losers completed their degrees and started their careers. They're building their lives while you spend your time masturbating to cartoons and disappointing your parents. Time to grow up and make things happen for yourself.
Since you're a pathetic piece of shit garbage person, no employer is going to accept you as-is, we're going to need to provide you with a past that signals to any potential employer that you're a consistent, reliable worker who has been trusted with a certain amount of responsibility in your previous employment.
First, you'll need to fabricate a work history. Keep in mind you're an uneducated piece of shit with no work history
>You've fucked yourself when all of your peers who weren't losers completed their degrees and started their careers. They're building their lives while you spend your time masturbating to cartoons and disappointing your parents
No one is this pathetic tho.
Surely people who didn't go to college or work at least built up a valuable skillset... r-right... right?
>No one is this pathetic tho.
Are you sure you're on the right site anon
>TFW regularly watch cuck porn and have been fapping to it several times a day lately
I'm disgusted with myself fam. But for some reason it gets me off like nothing else ;-;
How do I stop and spend my time studying or something?
Anyone see the epic thread from a few weeks ago of a guy who lied his way into a bigtim financial firm?
Do we know how he was going? He was my hero.
I remember his big tip was
>make all your references and prior experience overseas, provide mobile numbers
>you own all those mobiles, put on fake accents when they call.
Yeah 'building their lives'
Everyone i know is working a shitty job and most still live with their parents even after graduation.
Some admittedly did shitty degrees, but others did STEM at good unis but are still in a shit position.
Literally the only guy i know who got good job after graduation making decent money, got the job because his dad works there.
I'll take NEETdom any day, when the majority of my peers are slaving away for the exact same lifestyle as me.
I wonder when people are going to catch on to this, maybe not for a really technical job, but for people struggling to find a job, I've literally seen this work.
I think realistically most people can do most jobs if they're trained, just you have to choose from a 1000 applicants, checking your experience is simply a phone call to a friend away, try to learn as much about the job as you can, because they'll probably figure out pretty quickly, but just remember the worst they can do is just send you home, with full pay for the hours you worked.
I don't know, but tbh I don't think they have much to do with other companies, a guy at my current work lied about his experience ( said he was more advanced than he was ) and they didn't even sack him.
You will get found out if you do this, especially if you're not a normie. I remember my first few jobs and I know for a fact people could smell that I was fresh meat. It's little mistakes that you make that show you're not familiar with the working culture/environment. For example, there's a woman at my work doing accounting. She's easily pushing 50 and knows her shit. She knows how to handle people when making requests/enquiries, she has a professional demeanor and knows how to handle her work.
People might not expect that from someone aged between 20 and 30, but there are a lot of lessons your falsified image should have learned that you haven't. All it takes is a few people to twig and you'll be out/in the danger zone.
Start at the bottom. Work up. I left uni and in order worked:
Part time receptionist
Outbound call centre
and before that last one I was prepared to go into banking starting as a cashier with a view to put myself through CEMAP for mortgage advising. Getting caught out for lying could, in fact, shut a lot of doors for you depending on the company. It'll be available for anyone who runs a background check.
If you have to lie, lie small. I tell people I left my first job (before college). I actually got fired. It's never been an issue because it's not the focal point of my job history and my story "checks out" before background searches.