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  • Oct 30, 2019
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    DevilOrAngelFM

    I’m tired of all these bullshit kiddy retail jobs where you aren’t compensated enough for your work and effort and you consistently deal with rude customers.

    I’ve read stories of people faking their degree or exaggerating on their resume to get a job that they are technically under qualified for...

    And before someone says go to school, I went to uni for two years but I was paying tuition by myself and 4 year tuition is a b****

    Nigga get loans like 70% of us have to.

    Get a degree then you'll have a job that's less bullshit.

    Better than pretending you have a degree and hoping that this reputable corporation will just be completely negligent and not do a background check

    By all means I support hustling. But you're just taking wild shots in the dark. You might get it you might not

  • Oct 30, 2019

    education = power
    dont matter if its a cert.. trade school.. or a degree...

  • Oct 30, 2019
    hot pancakes

    Use your experience at retail places and word it nicely on your resume

    For example, if you worked at a retail place that pushed credit cards, you can write on your resume “responsible for building relationships with customers and recommending and selling credit lines based on their needs” or something along those lines

    A lot of jobs want to see you are able to build relationships and able to identify an individuals needs and sell or influence.

    This man has it right

  • Oct 30, 2019
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    money is obv important but you ultimately also want something like ambition to motivate you and keep you going. like if you won the lottery are you really just gonna sit in your room all day or something?
    there's a reason even people like Bezos or Musk haven't just f***ed off and retired and continue to run businesses, or why like warren buffett is still investing and trying to make money even though he's already rich.
    like obv do what you gotta do to get money but you really should try to envision a longer term ambition than just "i wanna get money" if you wanna be ultimately happy beyond just showing up to get a relatively larger salary somewhere. its possible to make like $200k a year or something and still be miserable. lotta lawyers and doctors aren't super happy for example (not sayin all of them but a chunk of them). think about what you wanna do ultimately and then think about the steps to get there from where you are now instead of thinking about stepping forward in an arbitrary direction

  • Oct 30, 2019

    Get a trade

  • Oct 30, 2019

    start listening to Teejayx6

  • Oct 31, 2019
    hot pancakes

    Use your experience at retail places and word it nicely on your resume

    For example, if you worked at a retail place that pushed credit cards, you can write on your resume “responsible for building relationships with customers and recommending and selling credit lines based on their needs” or something along those lines

    A lot of jobs want to see you are able to build relationships and able to identify an individuals needs and sell or influence.

    I see where you’re coming from

  • Oct 31, 2019
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    Bo Ceephus

    Nigga get loans like 70% of us have to.

    Get a degree then you'll have a job that's less bullshit.

    Better than pretending you have a degree and hoping that this reputable corporation will just be completely negligent and not do a background check

    By all means I support hustling. But you're just taking wild shots in the dark. You might get it you might not

    I was upset for a while because I should’ve just went to community college right when I graduated but I wanted to go to a four year instead. But hey you live and you learn I guess

  • Oct 31, 2019
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    krishna bound

    money is obv important but you ultimately also want something like ambition to motivate you and keep you going. like if you won the lottery are you really just gonna sit in your room all day or something?
    there's a reason even people like Bezos or Musk haven't just f***ed off and retired and continue to run businesses, or why like warren buffett is still investing and trying to make money even though he's already rich.
    like obv do what you gotta do to get money but you really should try to envision a longer term ambition than just "i wanna get money" if you wanna be ultimately happy beyond just showing up to get a relatively larger salary somewhere. its possible to make like $200k a year or something and still be miserable. lotta lawyers and doctors aren't super happy for example (not sayin all of them but a chunk of them). think about what you wanna do ultimately and then think about the steps to get there from where you are now instead of thinking about stepping forward in an arbitrary direction

    The two things I have passion are writing, technically journalism which is what I went to school for, and music, specifically producing which I’ve slowly gotten into over the past two years. But i want a more progressive income so I can get more of a head start on things like a better laptop, more recording equipment, moving so I can have move space for everything, etc...

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    DevilOrAngelFM

    The two things I have passion are writing, technically journalism which is what I went to school for, and music, specifically producing which I’ve slowly gotten into over the past two years. But i want a more progressive income so I can get more of a head start on things like a better laptop, more recording equipment, moving so I can have move space for everything, etc...

    yeah i gotcha, that makes sense. someone else in the thread recommended IT and i'd probably 2nd that; it's high in demand and easy to get certified for. also it's easy to move up the ladder once you have certification. schools are always looking for IT people and these jobs typically come with decent benefits as well. from there on the side maybe build up a hobbyist venture on the side reinvesting some (within reason) of your income. have you tried submitting articles to sites if you like writing, especially ones more open to editorials? or if you're producing, tried submitting beats to relevant channels (i.e. lofi beats to lofi radio channels) to start getting a following?

  • Oct 31, 2019

    Investment Banking

  • Oct 31, 2019
    12AM

    sell d**** resell clothes stock market
    fraud

    sounds like all of my friends... smhhhh

  • Oct 31, 2019
    DevilOrAngelFM

    I was upset for a while because I should’ve just went to community college right when I graduated but I wanted to go to a four year instead. But hey you live and you learn I guess

    Alright. Then still go back. It's completely worth it regardless of which school you go to

  • Oct 31, 2019

    Peep trade schools.

  • Oct 31, 2019
    CuteniggaKaylin

    Get off ktt go chase a bag

  • Oct 31, 2019
    Default

    Get on the dark web and get into some s***. I’m dead serious. It’s almost impossible to make it and live good without working your life away. I’m good.

    Gonna need more deets

  • Oct 31, 2019
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    dental hygiene is your best bet tbh. Only 2 yrs-3yrs.

  • Oct 31, 2019

    trade jobs pay good but are difficult

  • Oct 31, 2019
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    Smoofer

    Go back to uni. You already wasted 2 years of tuition might as well finish up. If it’s that crazy maybe transfer to a cheaper school?

    Cause unless you wanna do like a trade gotta get pretty lucky to make big bucks with no diploma

    f*** that

    get a degree to end up with a minimum wage job or something that isn’t in the field you studied in

  • Oct 31, 2019
    KingGhidorah

    f*** that

    get a degree to end up with a minimum wage job or something that isn’t in the field you studied in

    Well OP never said he didn’t like his major, just that it was too expensive