>been looking for a new job for months now
>just got a call from my IT temp service company telling me they got ma new job
>"it's a support desk position. We need someone who is upbeat, has a great personality and has great verbal communications."
>tfw I am depressed, have social anxiety, suck at communication verbally and am definitely not upbeat
Just fuck my shit up, fam..
Anyone else here has a job that requires them to do the total opposite of what they like?
Well anon, I wish I wouldn't, but I need money to survive.
I mean, I'm 27 and still live with my parents. But I feel bad being a total leech on them.
Plus, I got a car. Once you get a car, you're signing yourself to be a wagecuck for years.
Nobody knows you. Fake it. Get that first impression right and when you start slipping, instead of people seeing you for the miserable fuck you are they'll ask whats wrong as their mental image of you is the impression you made.
Treat this "whats wrong" as a massive warning that you're slipping and fucking up and make up some shit about a dead relative or something to get the sympathy vote.
Good tip, anon, thank you. I was sort of like this at my previous job, but my previous job didnt require me to talk on the phone.. I got a phone phobia. I don know why. This is pretty much my nightmare job. But I cant turn it down..
I'm just gonna be resetting passwords for people on the phone. Dead easy shit. But damn I hate talking to people on the phone.. I wish it was by email or chat instead.