02/20/2018 (Tue) 15:12:53
STRUGGLE THE REST OF YOUR LIFE BECAUSE RED TEXT TOLD YOU TO Uneducated work? I tried that some time ago. It didn't pan out. You would spend the rest of your life struggling under shit wages for a barking mad dog who desperately needs to be put down. Especially after Obamacare, where no matter what Trump does, the damage has already been done. No shit wage jobs offer full time anymore. You'd have to hold down three to make up for what we used to have. What everyone needs to do (will have to, provided with this fucked up economy) is first start with holding two to three jobs and struggling through them, as not a single one of them will be cooperative about scheduling. Do not be afraid to walk out when the situation's impossible. There will be bullying by bosses with extreme power complexes. What you need to remember is, they will claim YOU are a dime a dozen but on the same coin, THEIR type of shit work is as well. Then after thousands have been saved, put yourself through college or University without relying on student loans. The prerequisites will be a pain in the ass. Many useless courses that absolutely fuck-all to do with your major. Also, do not be afraid to walk out of a course if the professor's an incompetent jackass or impossible piece of shit. Do so early to retrieve your refund, immediately. Then you MUST intern in your field. This is where you make sure you've saved up enough to survive off of, because you will likely not have time for a second job. Expect long hours for no compensation whatsoever. Loose term internships last a year, depending on your learning capability. After that, you test for your field's license. You then stay on and continue to save money while working the same exhausting shifts (often doubles) until you obtain the education (Master's) to either become a specialist in house or open your own office. Seeking an art or sociology degree is the dumbest choice. Otherwise, the worthwhile degrees are for pre-med courses: various ones on biology, genetics, physiology, biochemistry, chemistry, organic chemistry, physics engineering nuclear, circuit design, chemical, fuels, plastics, optical, photonics, marine equipment, electrical etc. marketing, piloting, financial management, even psychology (sham) and law degrees. Unless you're brainy enough to become a scientist.