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- Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:46:44 EST BRxy/bs1 No.31413
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So I'm looking for a job, any job, regardless of how shitty the pay is, just to keep people (mom) quiet (not nagging me). Currently 24yo with a highschool diploma.

conditions:
  1. little to no contact with customers
  2. little to no contact with bosses
  3. barely anything to do, allowing me to listen to music or browse 420chan if I feel like it
  4. steady if possible

doesn't matter if I get paid in peanuts. Ideas? all suggestions are appreciated.
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Angus Tootdale - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:56:08 EST ZaC4nxfq No.31414 Reply
>>31413
no such job exists you lazy fuck. well graphic design if you got rhe talent and skills
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Basil Bevingstone - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 17:06:54 EST PXSbJY7f No.31415 Reply
sell drugs. other than that janitorial work is good if you can find the right place. although it does require actual work. or become a manager at a fast food chain, the managers at mcdonalds never did anything at all when i worked there and made 40k+ a year.
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Nicholas Niggerwater - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 19:20:09 EST d/vb1q/W No.31416 Reply
>>31413

Sounds like a night security guard or something like that. I worked the night desk at a gym for a while and I just sat behind the desk all night. The most I had to to was throw some towels in the washer one in a while. People who work night shifts tend to get paid a little more than day shift employees do too.
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Augustus Bunlock - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 21:51:34 EST Yt3TzRQB No.31418 Reply
I'll second the night shift security gig. Dude in my building just sits in a chair most of the time and then walks around the campus now and then, checking the locks on the doors. Just don't get robbed.
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Jarvis Blytheshaw - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 23:22:07 EST KGgpJYSS No.31420 Reply
>>31413
I do the night cleaning one night a week at my local mall. YEah it does require some work, but i don't have to talk to anyone if i don't want to. I do, but when i was really quiet and unconfident a year or two ago it worked out well. I just listened to music and podcasts while i worked. it's piss easy. doesn't even feel like work now that i'm so good at it.
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Martin Pillyway - Wed, 12 Sep 2012 01:58:52 EST ihRyfW7Z No.31421 Reply
>>31413
>Silver is $33.63/ oz.
>buy 20 oz. of silver for $661.26 +$4.00/ oz.=$741.26
>sell it for $45/ oz this winter
>???
>profit
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Hannah Dovingshit - Thu, 13 Sep 2012 09:17:41 EST SuYGL7SQ No.31434 Reply
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>>31421
this is bad advice and you should feel bad
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Fucking Sollytack - Sun, 16 Sep 2012 01:46:48 EST lib98GE7 No.31452 Reply
>>31421
YOU'RE EXTRAPOLATING. EVEN KIDS THAT ARE IN HIGH SCHOOL STATISTICS KNOW THAT EXTRAPOLATING IS NEVAR SAFE. BAD ADVICE
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Sophie Wattinglark - Sun, 16 Sep 2012 02:04:34 EST lHDFj5zK No.31453 Reply
>>31434
I bought mine at 7 an ounce. Only reason I'm still worth something over the last five years.

300% return..Or everything relative to my original investment is now discounted at 75%.

How's that math working for you so far.
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Charlotte Coddlehare - Sun, 16 Sep 2012 15:49:48 EST xN9Q9/Ed No.31457 Reply
i had a pretty chill security gig at this bank that was under construction basically worked from 4pm-12am. sat in a chair while tradesmen finished their jobs and left then listened to podcasts and read till midnight. occasionally a supervisor would stop by unannounced so you gotta make sure you're not sleeping but they rarely ever came by and every hour you'd have to call in to a number and press a number on the phone just to let them know your safe and shit it was pretty decent made $12 an hour and they had construction lights and space heaters set up for me so i was pretty comfortable.
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Frederick Drunningworth - Sun, 16 Sep 2012 19:24:09 EST X/+OWxjB No.31458 Reply
>>31453

Do you understand the difference between market price and selling price?
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Matilda Ducklestock - Tue, 18 Sep 2012 20:36:59 EST I+TD5Y14 No.31482 Reply
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I worked at a college IT help desk that was like that on some days. A couple of times doing nothing but playing games on my laptop for an entire shift. Granted I was just a student working doing 20 hours a week. On campus jobs are pretty ballin'.
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Hugh Blankindork - Wed, 19 Sep 2012 03:52:48 EST C/kDZ701 No.31492 Reply
Where do you guys find these cool ass jobs? I can't find anything other than service industry and fuck I hate dealing with angry stupid people all day.
"WHY DON'T I UNDERSTAND THINGS?! RAAAAAHH!"
Fucking awful. I just apply at places that say "hiring now". I want a warehouse job or construction or something where I don't have to deal with the general public but get paid well to work hard. I might try an agency. Anyone here give agencies a shot? Do they actually find you good permanent jobs?
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Eliza Wingercocke - Wed, 19 Sep 2012 23:23:17 EST 6wnO/MFb No.31506 Reply
Pizza delivery driver. Pays surprisingly well and is easy as all shit. Just gotta have a car. You only have to deal with customers when handing over the food, they give you tips (though you have to be nice to them to get tips). You're only back at the shop long enough to grab more deliveries. The majority of the time is spent driving around listening to music. I make anywhere from $12-20 an hour when I work.
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Caroline Cugglewit - Tue, 25 Sep 2012 10:42:38 EST Hate4xM6 No.31607 Reply
>>31421
Fuck you silver is 33.63 and ounce.
People aint all live by named weed.
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Caroline Cugglewit - Tue, 25 Sep 2012 10:44:03 EST Hate4xM6 No.31608 Reply
>>31607
Just realized you meant the metal and not the strain. Still bad advice.
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Wesley Ganderweck - Wed, 26 Sep 2012 21:10:45 EST IUYJmYhP No.31627 Reply
I found a way to do just that recently. You rent a basic server for say $20 a month, and start 10 RuneScape members account at $7.95 a month each. Then you use a free bot to run those accounts for around 18 hours a day. You can easily make 300k RuneScape gold per account per hour, so 10*18*30*300k=1,620m per month. At current rates you can probably sell gold in bulk to Asian gold farmers for about $0.30/m, so you'd be making around $500 in revenue each month. Subtract server and membership costs ($100 per month in total), and you make $400 a month with minimal work (basically just checking up on the accounts through VNC and transferring all the gold they made every week or so). The profit may be a bit less because of accounts getting banned but the ban rates for these types of things are fairly low. I'm working on implementing this shit for myself but I'm too busy with school work at the moment.
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Ernest Bubberstock - Wed, 26 Sep 2012 21:15:59 EST LwTlk6CC No.31628 Reply
>>31457
Same here. Ideally those are the exact jobs I want, but they're really fucking hard to get in Texas because Mexicans will do it for 7 bucks an hour.
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Wesley Ganderweck - Wed, 26 Sep 2012 21:18:45 EST IUYJmYhP No.31629 Reply
>>31492
Yes, that is how you get such a job. Those factory floors don't go through an extensive application process, they just pay some company to get them slaves. Apply to those types of places.
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Ebenezer Clundlegold - Mon, 01 Oct 2012 10:11:01 EST 1hou3out No.31672 Reply
>I'll take any job
>As long as I don't have to do anything or talk to anyone

Good luck.

Protip: The shittier the job is, the more work you're going to have to do. This is how the real world works.
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Henry Crittingway - Thu, 04 Oct 2012 08:46:56 EST RdmarTQ3 No.31735 Reply
>>31627
dude wut. i used to play RS but gave up but am extremely interested in that shit you just said.
how would one go about getting started in that business?
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Charlotte Bivinghuck - Thu, 04 Oct 2012 11:49:54 EST GV2Xb29e No.31736 Reply
There is a few things you can do that are less than legal which are little work with high profit margins and require near minimal interaction with any other people. These are what I have thought of;

Theft. Be a bad ass thief. I mean learn things like basic safe and lock cracking, what tools are useful/useless, how to case a business/home for biggest pay be it cash or merch, tricky ways to enter locked places, how to make costumes, and fast stealth. This option REQUIRES nearly zero interaction with other people.

Grow drugs and food. There can be huge money made growing certain crops depending on where you live. You could at least partially live off of what food you grow. Saving space is key. Buy some really cheap land somewhere, plant any food that will grow, find drugs that will grow well marijuana and poppies are not to picky about location, and you can always sell surplus drug/food for real money. Will likely require some human interaction.

More legally you could with some ease become a park or forest ranger. This will require large amounts of time alone in deep woods or alone in a ranger station, or maybe leading trail guides/hikes/walks. You will still need to buy yourself food and shit so there is a decent amount of interaction.

Have a picture of some psychedelic cacti I'm growing. Oh and I only read the op.
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Charlotte Bivinghuck - Thu, 04 Oct 2012 11:51:10 EST GV2Xb29e No.31737 Reply
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Q - Tue, 09 Oct 2012 17:55:46 EST izOL8I4F No.31841 Reply
security during grave. You'll have to call maybe once an hour to HQ and write down some bs on a daily log. As basic as it gets....
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Phineas Hiddlepuck - Tue, 09 Oct 2012 23:36:15 EST tKq2mxNa No.31842 Reply
>>31796

yeah my brother sold a king leorics signet or whatever for like 200 bucks, i think he bought textbooks with that money
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Lydia Buzzhood - Fri, 12 Oct 2012 00:00:28 EST v0/nk8PC No.31867 Reply
I hate the "lazy" talk. I can hardly think of any job that actually makes a difference in the world. To think, ppl who sell cocoa puffs to supermarkets get respect in the community and all they did in reality was get more people to munch on puffed corn covered in sugar and cocoa.
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Eliza Nengerkitch - Wed, 17 Oct 2012 23:39:43 EST rMT1FmNj No.31920 Reply
I work at a bowling alley. 10 bucks an hour. 40 hours a week.
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Cornelius Cunkinsud - Thu, 18 Oct 2012 11:54:06 EST vbAXFiV7 No.31924 Reply
>>31923
Why? Bowling alleys are badass.

I bet he gets free games too.
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Zacharias Doolittle - Fri, 19 Oct 2012 02:27:07 EST UOxoqoQk No.31938 Reply
go to community college, financial aid pays all, and work in some office there.
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Phineas Duckfield - Fri, 19 Oct 2012 09:15:46 EST v0/nk8PC No.31940 Reply
>>31924
10 bucks, 40 hrs a week :( slave labor. Good thing for me I am disabled.
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Graham Fadgebock - Fri, 19 Oct 2012 11:33:29 EST +6iNI66I No.31941 Reply
>>31940
>$10/hr
>slave labor
Thanks for you highly educated and well-reasoned opinion. It's a valuable contribution to this thread.

>Good thing for me I am disabled.
Yeah, nothing like living off the dole so you have plenty of time to come on the internet and berate people for having a regular job.
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Edwin Bunwill - Fri, 19 Oct 2012 15:24:42 EST /G4kJfBl No.31945 Reply
>>31940

You don't know what slave labor is, you spoiled little bitch.
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Sidney Fundlefere - Fri, 19 Oct 2012 23:12:27 EST uTuD/LCD No.31950 Reply
>>31941
>>31942
>>31945
You guys jealous? $400/week is not a lot to live off, especially if you live somewhere more expensive. You can't maintain a comfortable life on that wage. If you're getting less, you shouldn't be attacking him, you should be encouraging higher wages for yourselves.
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William Fivingville - Sat, 20 Oct 2012 09:41:58 EST v0/nk8PC No.31955 Reply
>>31941
Living off the dole? ROFL. So as a disabled man, I should just rot in the streets to DIE? I only get $800 a month. I entirely depend on my rich relatives otherwise I would be fucked.

I am not berating anyone. I just feel sorry that this is the most overworked nations in the world. You should be able to earn $1600 a month by working 12-15 hrs a week. Many countries really are like this. It's just a shame because people go out and kill themselves or become depressed. I actually have no hate or feel any kind of superiority. If it came off like that I am sorry.

I blame society, specifically American society, not him. People need more leisurely time. It's not healthy the way things are.
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William Fivingville - Sat, 20 Oct 2012 09:51:03 EST v0/nk8PC No.31956 Reply
>>31950

TY. That's all I am saying. American society is messed up badly. Japan is next in line to being overworked, and we all know that Japan is facing emotional rot; it even caused hikkomori which basically means that a large % of the Japanese people are shut-ins because things are a bit too stressful so they hide away.

$1600 a month really isn't a lot. It's just enough to live a basic existence. Rent for 1 bedroom is about $1100 + 200 food + 50 cable (internet not tv) and 50 phone + $100 electric. If you're lucky, you have $100 to spend on everything other than the bills. Yeah, modern society has electricity, internet, phone but those things are becoming the standard and should probably no longer be seen as a luxury.

http://20somethingfinance.com/american-hours-worked-productivity-vacation/?fb_action_ids=10151223188764241&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582
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Martha Murdstock - Sat, 20 Oct 2012 15:24:02 EST Kr77CHJJ No.31958 Reply
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>>31956

I would probably give electricity away to live like a Victorian aristocrat.

(Cue screen blurring and harp riff while I look upward)

  1. I could smoke weed legally.

2. I could ride a penny farthing (or at least some kind of velocipede)

3. I know about germs and STDs, so I wouldn't get syphilis.

4. I would know that things like chloroform, asbestos etc. were bad for you so I would be better able to avoid an early death.

5. I could literally buy my friends. I'd go to the slave market, pick my favorites, and instead of making them work the fields or whipping them to death, we'd get high together and talk philosophy. To entertain ourselves, we'd LARP and play board games. Perhaps we'd even form a rock band involving cellos and accordions.

Man...
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Nigel Hesslepidge - Sun, 21 Oct 2012 00:34:28 EST MEpKNvtH No.31959 Reply
>>31735
Very simple, just do what I said. You run the entire operation yourself and since the failure rate is very minimal, it's essentially a guaranteed income. However much you invest, you double it monthly (about, I did a super rough calculation but I think that's about correct), and you need like $50-100 minimum to invest a month to run a comfortable setup. I haven't done it yet myself because I've been hearing about this bot nuke coming up (and because I'm lazy) and because all my money is tied up in various drugs at the moment

You can transfer the gold manually from the bots to a separate account that you use solely to trade gold to gold buyers. You find these by going to Sythe.org, powerbot.org, or really any botting/black market/general rulebreaking rs community.

A good bot to use is http://www.powerbot.org/community/topic/801405-frogs-grinder-dragon-scales-mud-runes-goat-horns-chocolate-bars/
By grinding desert goat horns at current market prices you can make around 526k per hour (assuming the bot grinds 3.35k horns per hour on average) per account. With 5 accounts running for 14 hours a day (that seems to be a good amount of time), you'd make 36.8m a DAY. 1.104 BILLION a month. Assuming you manage to sell all that money in bulk at a low price (say, $0.20 per m if you're very desperate to move all that gold fast and don't want to have a multi-billion gp inventory building up), you'd make $550 minus costs for account membership and 2 servers (5*7.95+2*30=100) you'd make $450 a month by doing nothing but checking up on the bots from time to time using VPN from your home computer. The 2 servers will allow for a really smooth botting experience.
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Sidney Commlekig - Sun, 21 Oct 2012 09:59:09 EST 0EB5qQXB No.31963 Reply
Walmart. Just apply for the consumables side of the store and give zero fucks about managers or customers .
You'd have to do some work now and then - but still, it's had to get fired from that place and it's a lot easier to get then some of these other jobs.
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Betsy Fidgeshit - Mon, 22 Oct 2012 13:58:45 EST 6gXfPIJn No.31983 Reply
The world sucks is all i took out of this. is there any country that respects the young people?
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Betsy Duckshit - Mon, 22 Oct 2012 23:45:05 EST fnQbC8BE No.31990 Reply
>>31956 A 1 bedroom apartment can be had for $350-450 a month here, I could live comfortably on 1600 a month easily.
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Clara Smallfoot - Tue, 23 Oct 2012 02:53:20 EST uTuD/LCD No.31991 Reply
>>31990
Because all prices are all the same everywhere.
Considering he said dole he's probably British, Australia or a New Zealand. And no New Zealander I know gets $400 for disability or invalids benefit so I'd say he's Australian. Probably from a city, and rent ain't cheap in cities son.
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Edwin Pinderlitch - Tue, 23 Oct 2012 17:44:18 EST v0/nk8PC No.31998 Reply
>>31991

I only used the word dole cause I was quoting someone else, lol. I live in NewYork (Bronx). It's very expensive here :/
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Albert Niggerford - Wed, 24 Oct 2012 17:34:47 EST mQu/xi1j No.32010 Reply
>>31416
this. get a job as a gatekeeper (you know, the guy who sits at the entrance to some firm). I'm working as a gatekeeper in a language school, shit is so cash. Browse interwebz all day and play borderlands 2, basicaly the same shit I'd do at home, but I get paid for it
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Clara Blythebanks - Wed, 24 Oct 2012 17:51:12 EST WfdqU7aI No.32011 Reply
There is no such thing as something for nothing, You have to do something. If you want to be a lazy shit, Go to Africa, If you aren't instantly robbed and beaten, you could possibly set yourself up as a God. But they will turn on you eventually no matter how well things are going.

The easiest thing you can do is picking pockets and shoplifting, But that ain't no way to make a living. no to mention stressful at best, traumatizing after a while and debilitating at worst.
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Whitey Dronkinforth - Thu, 25 Oct 2012 06:58:59 EST xy6l+FHE No.32018 Reply
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Data Entry, my friend. Motherfuckin' Data Entry.

I worked for several companies, factories and such. I got paid around $13/hr starting out, $15 after I had some experience, and it was mostly just me sitting in a climate controlled office setting with my earbuds in 20 hours a week. All I had to do was sit there in this comfortable office chair all day and get in a certain amount of time sheets and work orders into the system before the end of each day.

Thing was, I was (and am) really fucking good at touchtyping. Usually around 60-70 WPM minimum and 120-140 WPM maximum (depending on the words I'm typing, and whether I'm just copying shit or thinking of stuff off of the top of my head). So, I could get all of my work for the day done in an hour or two, and spend the rest of the time surfing the internet and playing the game "N". I was even able to finish that game from start to finish over the summer that I worked there, lol.

Only real requirement is that you can touchtype at least 40 WPM (there are tons of free practice tests and tutorials online, google that shit). 60 would be better but you don't even need that. You can sign up with multiple temp agencies and they'll just get you jobs for you, you don't even have to look they just tell you where to go and you show up for the interview and as long as you don't pull your dick out you basically have the job. As long as you get in the amount of work they expect of you every day, they could care less what you do with yourself for the rest of the time. Every once in a while (like maybe once a day, sometimes once a week) my boss would show up and just be like, "hey, everything going well? Getting your work done?" and I'd just be like, "Yeah." and he'd leave and I'd go back to my music and my gaming.

You're on 420chan, if you post here a lot you're ALREADY typing all of the time. There's no reason NOT to know how to touchtype at a decent level by now, and if you're on the computer all of the time it's an invaluable skill (learn how to increase your 10-key speed as well, also free online). So, if for some reason you don't know atm, start learning anyways, it'll always be useful and save you a lot of time.

tl;dr I basically got paid to sit on my ass, surf the internet, listen to music/podcasts and not talk to anyone. You actually get paid pretty well too. No customers to deal with ever.

It's monotonous as fuck OP, but at the same time easy because of said monotony. Also doesn't require a college degree. I think it'd be right up your alley, OP, you should check out Data Entry (and maybe temp work at temp agencies, too). Should fit your lazy lifestyle perfectly.

Personally, I'd rather be an engineer where I get paid a lot more money, get a lot more respect, and I'll constantly be engaged and challenged by my work, learning new stuff all of the time. But hey, to each his own. Data Entry is just my summer job.
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Jenny Billingwill - Sat, 27 Oct 2012 02:43:48 EST WOh6eaia No.32033 Reply
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>>32018

Yo. Ausfag here. Could you tell me which temporary agencies I should sign up with, if I want to start. I can like do 50-60 WPM with the online tests. And I desperately need some money.
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Simon Lightwater - Sat, 27 Oct 2012 12:29:37 EST HcdnAqXs No.32037 Reply
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Dude listen to me and you'll get money (not a long-term job) and be lazy and etc.
>apply for a call center position
>before you actually work, they'll give you a training which consists of just sitting for 4 hours watching a powerpoint and listening to your future boss yapping about what you can't say.
>thats 4 hours pay for doing nothing
>go to work but just don't get involved, don't care about getting surveys done.
>after 2 weeks part-time or so, your boss will see that you haven't done anything yet.
>"i'm sorry, i'll do a better job"
>continue doing nothing for the next week and get fired
>boss has to pay you for your time
>300$-400$ for 3 weeks of absolutely nothing, its time consuming but no actual work involved just sitting down and talking on the phone with total strangers and getting hanged up and possibly insulted.
>don't give a fuck
>???
>profit my friend
>
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Cyril Wesslecocke - Sat, 27 Oct 2012 16:19:43 EST lctMY5KJ No.32042 Reply
>>31867
Did you even read that post?

Of course every single fucking job makes a difference. thats how society today works, every job is interconnected.
In this case you get a steady supply of coco puffs which is delicious for stoners like you.
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Albert Blebblechit - Mon, 29 Oct 2012 22:22:15 EST Jkukj2iM No.32058 Reply
>>32033
I just did one of those online tests just to see how fast I was... Damn, I didn't realize. I type at about 110 if I'm trying. 100% accuracy on the paragraph I did, too.
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Ernest Greenwell - Tue, 30 Oct 2012 08:05:02 EST 3LR33j6s No.32067 Reply
Lol I topped out at 34 WPM. I type with my index and middle fingers only though. (sometimes pinky for the shift key)
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dynamo !K7TNxK.mxc - Sun, 04 Nov 2012 09:45:41 EST l0Nu7xQ7 No.32117 Reply
>>31506
I got a job at an electroplating company, I wanna say in May or something, and got hired on in August. My advice is make sure you go with a reputable service; nothing sucks worse than rolling up for day one of your new job, seeing some run-down ass abandoned looking building, and thinking Jesus Christ, am I working for the mob or something? Most day labor places are shitty work, and no guarantee as to how steady they'll be, but an upside is that if it's a one-day assignment type of place, you can get paid that day.
But if you want something like what I got, go in to a major temp agency that specializes in longer-term assignments and temp-to-hire jobs. Make it clear in your interview that you WANT to work, because they deal with a fuckton of people who only work long enough to get a check and then quit/no-show. Same thing when you get to the job. Bust ass. My first day on the job, at the end of the day when everyone else was standing around the time clock, I was at my work area pushing a broom. People told me hey, you know you're allowed to quit early, right? I just smiled and nodded, kept doing what I was doing. Then the president/coo of the company (and the lady who I reported to that day to begin my assignment) came out and told me to quit for the day, with a big smile on her face. Same thing the next day, except I was cleaning up a minor chemical spill with a shop-vac or something. I kept it up, and a couple months later my boss (aforementioned president/coo) was buying myself and my roommate (who I got the job there) lunch, just for being awesome, doing good work, not clock-watching, etc.

tl;dr - temp agencies can work out alright if you pick the right one and bust ass for them. go in, be a few minutes early every day, be the last one out everyday, shit gets noticed.
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Sidney Hommerchark - Sat, 17 Nov 2012 23:18:10 EST aVGGF/Qf No.32286 Reply
>>31956
hahaha, what

I pay $260 for 1 room + all utilities + 105Mb/s internet

where the hell do you live
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Sidney Hommerchark - Sun, 18 Nov 2012 02:43:48 EST aVGGF/Qf No.32293 Reply
>>32290
Eugene, OR. Well, Springfield, but that's right next door.

Of course I have roommates, hence the low rent, but I have a room.
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4lkemest - Sun, 18 Nov 2012 20:25:05 EST c/H14ROG No.32302 Reply
OP, I have your dream job. Work for the railroad. My friends brother-in-law used to get night shifts there, now he works days, but I'll let you fap to this.
Show up after everyone else goes home, work until midnight or one, by yourself, in a nice ass office.
His job consisted of showing up, checking the train schedules/routing, making sure nothing fucked up, watching tv/movies, browsing the internet, eating food, and occasionally doing work related stuff.
Starts at $20 or so an hour, and you get guaranteed raises of a few bucks or more every year.
That's not really what your typical newbie will be doing, but he got rushed in there as opposed to working in the yard first. He doesn't have a HS degree, just a GED. He's got it made.
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Cedric Ginderhatch - Mon, 03 Dec 2012 04:58:09 EST fnQbC8BE No.32476 Reply
>>31991 That's true, and I live in a city with over a million people son, you can get a decent apartment in an ok neighborhood for 400 here easily, or a studio for 350 or less.
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Shitting Crindlechere - Mon, 03 Dec 2012 21:02:47 EST FuZqmp0w No.32482 Reply
janitoral work. i spend ~4-5 hours pushing a dust mop and emptying garbages, the rest of the time i sit on my ass either reading books or crusing the interwebs. i get teacher benefits for hte most part and my bargining unit is bomb. im 22 and able to start a 401k + have vacation time. i make 12.51 and can get over time.

and janitors for the most pat dont like talking to people.
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Lillian Gommletetch - Mon, 03 Dec 2012 23:45:46 EST KhO7br39 No.32483 Reply
Work at Rite Aid...
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Cyril Chocklewet - Sat, 08 Dec 2012 06:00:52 EST aVQs6M5l No.32536 Reply
>>31950
I make about $850 dollars every two weeks, $12 an hour. I pay rent with one check, then pay for car insurance, cell phone, and food with the other. It usually leaves me with about 500 dollars to fuck around with. I'm doing fine, honestly the only people who should have trouble surviving on $10 an hour are single parents and shit.
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Ian Diffingbanks - Fri, 14 Dec 2012 08:41:10 EST 5FAftdwQ No.32626 Reply
>>32018
I'm doing this. Fuck social life I'm making bank this summer.

thanks brah
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Molly Hockleville - Fri, 14 Dec 2012 12:54:37 EST Ble7wd37 No.32631 Reply
>>32536

This. If you are thrifty, it's possible to have a lot of money left over from even a relatively small pay packet.
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Phoebe Hosslefoot - Mon, 17 Dec 2012 23:47:41 EST 0OOeIC9R No.32647 Reply
>>31736
>More legally you could with some ease become a park or forest ranger. This will require large amounts of time alone in deep woods or alone in a ranger station, or maybe leading trail guides/hikes/walks. You will still need to buy yourself food and shit so there is a decent amount of interaction.
This is fucking sick advice. If you play your cards right, you could even get free housing. Of course, some of the work is, well, work, but fuck OP. You're 24. Get a job already.
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Beatrice Crecklehood - Tue, 01 Jan 2013 07:41:12 EST rM4kKIkR No.32755 Reply
Try erotic house cleaning. All you have to do is clean some creep's house in a thong and you can get 50$ an hour very easily even if you're repulsive.
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Polly Bemmerware - Sat, 05 Jan 2013 09:07:37 EST y7AClbUd No.32788 Reply
>>31413

become a security guard. play somewhat stupid to get put on tool yards. ya don't do shit and get paid.
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Oliver Bimblekadge - Thu, 10 Jan 2013 02:06:53 EST Hh0moQPc No.32833 Reply
JUST SELL SOME FUCKING DRUGS

DAMN
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Barnaby Billingwill - Thu, 10 Jan 2013 14:25:28 EST QaoSn2pX No.32834 Reply
>>32833
yes, the world needs more drug dealers, but it would violate OP's no human contact rule
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Augustus Nickleway - Thu, 31 Jan 2013 14:55:59 EST OH4t4hHb No.33120 Reply
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>>31737
what are you doing with your trichocereus grandiflorus?
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Edward Munnermotch - Sat, 02 Feb 2013 00:39:06 EST io7GgsQq No.33143 Reply
As a former /x/phile this night security stuff sounds nice. Unfortunately I'm pretty slight of build and I'm overall too passive to handle myself in a physical confrontation if it came down to it - I'm not even remotely intimidating. My question is, do they hire based on physique or badassery? What are the chances I would actually have to fight someone off? Or do they just expect me to act as a sentry and call for backup?
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Doris Podgebag - Sat, 02 Feb 2013 01:03:12 EST TzxEeKO1 No.33144 Reply
>>33143

The security guard at our local walmart is some short, slightly chubby black girl. All she does is drive up and down the parking lanes all day.
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Graham Sallersedge - Sun, 10 Feb 2013 17:05:31 EST pfnF4oEX No.33270 Reply
>>31627

I know nothing about Runescape but this sounds very interesting. Could you possibly explain this in more detail?
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Walter Clanningfield - Mon, 11 Feb 2013 15:04:48 EST VAd7FuzX No.33275 Reply
>>33143

Construction sites often require security guards during the night, and they rarely do anything/see anything apart from walk about with a torch. It's an ideal job for the socially unacceptable or chronic masturbator.
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Angus Drarringlock - Thu, 14 Feb 2013 06:05:04 EST n/LMdpkE No.33286 Reply
>>32018
I love this, and I am looking for a job right now! What are some good temp agencies?? Not the OP btw
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John Savingfuck - Thu, 14 Feb 2013 16:22:43 EST XvUzdxPP No.33287 Reply
>>33270
This. Specifically, why do you need to buy the premium accounts?
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- - Fri, 15 Feb 2013 02:42:20 EST P4+4FKNM No.33289 Reply
>>32117
I have had people say. hey man slow the f*** down, you'll make us look bad and we'll have to do more work.
They will expect us to get more done. I could see their point I guess.

On the other hand working at Owens Corning moving bundles of shingles, 80 pounds? I don't remember, on to pallets in front of an industrial sized shrink wrap heater, guys getting mad because you aren't keeping up. Hot summer, blow torch pointing right at you, hung over to top it off, being a skinny white boy and biker and kick the shit out of you with a light palm slap on the side of the head big guys.
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- - Fri, 15 Feb 2013 03:06:21 EST P4+4FKNM No.33290 Reply
>>32302
>but he got rushed in there as opposed to working in the yard first.

It would be nice to see him work in the yard, I would think, for a while. Definitely is what I view would a very different world of employment. Even in the office.
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Phoebe Chubbleman - Fri, 15 Feb 2013 04:44:13 EST fhwFX2tM No.33296 Reply
Nightfill, nightshift security. Easy entry

Or you could become a CEO, lawl.
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Mr. MaJick !xDOMPWbUgw - Mon, 18 Feb 2013 01:25:43 EST KYBRmGcg No.33331 Reply
>>31452
I took AP Statistics once upon a time ago... I may have only gotten a C in that class, but I can verify this statement.
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Mr. MaJick !xDOMPWbUgw - Mon, 18 Feb 2013 02:01:34 EST KYBRmGcg No.33332 Reply
>>32286
I think the better question man is where the hell do you live?
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Hamilton Dabbledire - Wed, 20 Feb 2013 10:36:00 EST sL52KC8T No.33371 Reply
I work as a photo administrator for a newspaper, im payed 4€ per hour, and i work 4 hours a day, 3 times a week. I can listen to music and browse forums, i even have smoke buddies here.
Find something like that, i got it thru connections tho
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Ian Goodbury - Tue, 26 Feb 2013 05:17:45 EST o4mpCWuf No.33473 Reply
>>33372

Its a little above average for where i live. And its alot for doing nothing, so.
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cancer-pants - Fri, 01 Mar 2013 19:48:00 EST 2j9jDG1A No.33509 Reply
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>>31413
I'd say get your shit together OP. You honestly sound like a boob and if I was your mom then I'd do more then freaking nag you. All the jobs that pay peanuts actually require you to work you bum. 24 and no steady income? You live a fucking easy life man. I work outside for at least 6 hours a day usually.
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Hugh Chepperbury - Sat, 02 Mar 2013 10:58:15 EST W5iFyY4O No.33525 Reply
>>31413
learn to fix computers, and post ads on craigslist like its going out of style about how good you are with them
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Hugh Chepperbury - Sat, 02 Mar 2013 11:14:12 EST W5iFyY4O No.33526 Reply
>>32018
i didn't think that data entry was literally a typing job

might have to look into that, do you know if you're allowed to use voice to text programs like dragon? that would be life on easymode if you could use that, i have the installer and can activate it right away
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Cornelius Grandville - Sat, 02 Mar 2013 18:48:53 EST NChWvdXb No.33530 Reply
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>Dear Op,

I knew a guy who was antisocial as all hell - not like he had aspergers or anything, he was just an arsehole - and he got himself a security guard job at the airport. He worked nights, guarding a large storage hangar that was mostly empty, and all he had to do was a walkaround of the place every hour or so. He never had any trouble, not so much as a wild marsupial stuck in the toilet, so he just spent the night gaming on a laptop and went through a Maccas 24 hour drive-through on the way home.

On the downside, you'll need a security license (or local equivalent) before you can start. On the upside, you'll barely see another person if you work nights in a remote location except the very start and end of your shift, you'll be given lots of time to sit and ponder your navel and the world will always need security guards.
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Charles Brookfield - Fri, 08 Mar 2013 21:14:08 EST jK9y1f9b No.33598 Reply
I'm from Estonia and I've sent like 10 job offers my CV and shit, no answers. 0, nada, what the fuck? I need a job, like 500 euros a months, to move out of my shitty parents home. Any advice for someone from this shitty country?
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Henry Nizzlefuck - Sat, 09 Mar 2013 04:58:10 EST BxeeG7c5 No.33599 Reply
>>33598
You're going to have to send out more applications. I'm in a similar position as you, I've sent out easily at least 20 or 30 application of the course of a couple months and only ever gotten two interviews.
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Nigger Gennerdock - Sat, 09 Mar 2013 14:39:28 EST RdELwxBj No.33602 Reply
>>33598

>10 applications

You need to apply more, and call back all the places that you've applied to, and then call back every week thereafter. Make a spreadsheet to keep track of your efforts.
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Nigel Coblingbirk - Sat, 09 Mar 2013 16:35:18 EST 2kr/M4vS No.33603 Reply
security guard on a building site
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Phoebe Gommlewill - Tue, 12 Mar 2013 18:30:54 EST p5w4o/MF No.33647 Reply
>>33646
yeah...here in toronto it's like $1000 a month for a 1 bedroom apartment, $40-50 fast teksavvy internet.

My apartment in the winter has baseboard heat, and I have to pay $270 for electricity every 2 months (during the winter) + $30 in gas.

Gas (for your car) costs 1.30$ a liter, which is about 5$ per gallon, and I have to pay around $600 a month minimum for food

fuck my life
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Nigger Pettingfeg - Wed, 13 Mar 2013 10:48:11 EST twjD60kq No.33652 Reply
>>33647
If those are canadian dollars, you're not getting a terrible deal.

Your electricity is really high, though.
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Betsy Neshdale - Wed, 13 Mar 2013 22:41:48 EST twjD60kq No.33657 Reply
>>33653
In exchange, yes, but their prices are still higher.

At least they are on the backs of books.
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Hugh Dunningson - Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:27:53 EST mAWCzzbF No.33658 Reply
>>33657
Our Canadian prices are ridiculously higher, at least 20-50% higher than the US on goods. When I find a good deal buying from the us, I get raped on shipping/import charges and it ends up being about the same mark up

I get pretty jelly seeing those deals on Amazon .com with free shipping
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Polly Boblingstock - Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:48:52 EST 6+fp5bu3 No.33659 Reply
>>33658 I FUCKING LOVE FREE SHIPPING

they have this thing now where you pay 70 bucks and you get a year of 2 day shipping.
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Hugh Dunningson - Thu, 14 Mar 2013 09:40:42 EST mAWCzzbF No.33660 Reply
>>33659
I buy peptides from the USA and shipping costs between 25-42$ one one small ass package shipped within 3 days
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Phoebe Bagglehall - Thu, 14 Mar 2013 21:03:38 EST 6+fp5bu3 No.33663 Reply
>>33660
i should set up a canandian reshipping service, see if i can cut the cost in half
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Nigger Tootfoot - Sat, 20 Apr 2013 01:54:11 EST UuVjBeIQ No.34042 Reply
What the fuck is up with everyone telling him to do drugs? I work as a goddamn pharmacy tech in a retail chain and dealing actual drugs seems like too much human interaction, to me. You've got shitheads hitting you on the phone all day, people constantly wanting to do the shit with you - and what's worse, you have to oblige ALL of it, because it's your goddamn livelihood. And god forbid your source gets jail time or you get robbed, you're shit out of luck, motherfucker.

OP do the data entry thing. Just be careful with agencies, because some of them are fucking shitty and WILL fire you for no reason, first chance they get. Speaking from experience, the temp model exists because it keeps unions out, keeps pay/benefits down, and provides the employers with a comfortable level of immunity to wrongful termination lawsuits coming from the most abused, undervalues members of their workforce.

I got fired on a temp-to-hire data entry gig after like a week, just this month, because they *thought* I was going to hack their computers from some comment I made about having done a project on password security and social engineering during the training session on exactly those two things. And the temp job before that I got fired after a year because WHOOPS, OUTSOURCING THE BUILDING TO INDIA. So yeah, they're some of the best money you can get with little education and little intent to do real labor - but the price is your security. At least when you're firmly planted in a retail job, they want you there. The pharmacy was glad to have me back (lol).
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Nigger Tootfoot - Sat, 20 Apr 2013 01:57:25 EST UuVjBeIQ No.34043 Reply
>>34042
I should say it's not the agencies who fire you, but rather the jobs they assign you to. The agencies just do absolutely nothing to back your ass on anything and some of them actually have policies that state that if you get terminated from a job that they find you, you're done. No more jobs through that agency. That's how this last one was.
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Reuben Sishridge - Thu, 25 Apr 2013 18:18:55 EST 6zfsqZm1 No.34087 Reply
How bad is to work in Supermarkets?
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Phineas Cerrywure - Thu, 25 Apr 2013 22:10:56 EST YcZv1YmR No.34091 Reply
>>34087
its pretty fucking awful i've worked at a few. people are such dicks and ask where specific things are and if you dont know/lie they get all pissed off and shit.
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Oliver Pumblenidging - Fri, 26 Apr 2013 05:49:55 EST QNcYeegv No.34092 Reply
>>34087
Literally every single person I've ever known to work for even half an hour in a supermarket has spoken endlessly about how fucking awful it is. I've never heard one good thing about working in one. Not one.
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Archie Mondlestine - Fri, 26 Apr 2013 08:25:53 EST Eu2KL0A5 No.34096 Reply
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>>34092
i was given tips. we did a carry out service and because i was stoned as shit and didnt mind talking to an old lady for thirty seconds as i walked to her car with her i was given dollars. i would in 4 hours make 30 bucks in tips on top of minwage and a dollar extra on sundays, so i guess that was pretty cool.

in general it wasnt toooo bad. i mean it was boring as hell and sometimes people bitched but i guess because it wasnt a corperate chain its not the same.
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Oliver Pumblenidging - Fri, 26 Apr 2013 10:16:44 EST QNcYeegv No.34101 Reply
>>34096
Try pulling that shit in countries where the idea of mandatory tipping doesn't exist. You'd get nothing unless you were actually a hard worker, but you were stond as shit and it'd never fly here.
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Archie Mondlestine - Fri, 26 Apr 2013 11:06:35 EST Eu2KL0A5 No.34103 Reply
>>34101
funny, tipping wasnt mandatory and i got way more then anyone else. its called being friendly.
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Hedda Doffingspear - Wed, 26 Jun 2013 10:13:25 EST nvjZLHbX No.34811 Reply
>>31413
start a minecraft server, get it popular, build a strong staff team. advertise around, post your server on 10+ voting websites. offer voting rewards ingame, along with rewards for reffering a friend to play the server. It is easy to get 500 players to login and try your server in the first month, and when you get a dedicated player base you can start selling VIP for $10-30. Some days i wake up to find out i made $200 while i slept.
Fuck bosses, start your own online business. Best part is, you dont have to pay any of the 'staff' that do all of the work. You can leave the server for weeks or months at a time, leaving your unpaid staff to do all the work and deal with all the customers.
When successful, people follow this exact model and make $30-40k per year.
I dont try that hard, i only made $10k last year, but its really good weed money.
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spicy mcclintoc - Wed, 03 Jul 2013 08:27:52 EST UOxoqoQk No.34883 Reply
just do drugs and sleep in a hole
or be a bartender like me
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Basil Bobblestock - Mon, 22 Jul 2013 11:08:50 EST yAXIHPX0 No.35078 Reply
>>31413
thats what's called an office jobs, ya know the kind with the computers and the desks in the cubicles...try looking into one
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Beatrice Wuzzleshit - Tue, 30 Jul 2013 05:48:22 EST 5pPlpX7g No.35116 Reply
I had a friend who worked as a security guard. Shit hours, 12 hour night shifts, often for 2+ weeks straight with no nights off.
It pays very well considering you need very little qualification and all my friend did was rip cones and play his psp. This shit ain't even hyperbole.
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Edward Shakedale - Mon, 12 Aug 2013 06:30:54 EST 0RkuVeUy No.35206 Reply
>>31959
a couple summers back I had about 15 f2p accounts doing various things, and it can be more upkeep than you might think. a lot of the times the bots get fucked up, and seeing as how RS3 came out, I'm really not sure what the means for bots. your figures sound nice, but you really can't find how much you make until you actually have the money due to market fluctuations, and thousands of other bots moving to the most profitable method constantly. i know there are definitely people who manage to pull the botting thing off, but you really have to be dedicated to it, and not just click a button in the morning and pressing a key at night. also keep in mind that a lot of the scripts that are actually decent are usually not free
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Whitey Badgefeck - Sun, 06 Oct 2013 10:15:41 EST XjSNaP7A No.35568 Reply
Not only is tipping against policies, it can get you fired. I got away with a lot of tips though, such a small town, a big store that's going way downhill, got out of that shithole while I could after 6 years.
One old lady even gave me a hundred bucks before Christmas, free shit, free meals upstairs, you know potlucks, pizza socials, etc.
I'd just grab my food and go out to my car because after a certain point everyone just got worse and worse as people, after about 5 years I lost my patience with them. And the news was always on upstairs and downstairs, bad fucking vibes and they just feed on it like leaches. And the music, fuck, the goddamn music...
It's not that bad man, just smoke up and enjoy the ridiculousness. It's the managers you'll grow to love, their determination to boss people around makes them into predictable characters and your life becomes like a movie like office space.
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Phoebe Blackfuck - Sat, 12 Oct 2013 23:57:31 EST JjJ+z0Iq No.35627 Reply
I wish I got 400 a week
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George Pibbledale - Mon, 14 Oct 2013 00:40:28 EST Gr597QPO No.35638 Reply
>>32631
I was making 11.20 an hour working a lame retail gig last year while living on my own. Getting the cheapest available place in the 'you won't get stabbed here' neighbourhood ran me $800 a month, heat and water $110-120, food around $100 a month, shitty basic internet $45. 40 hours a week of 11.20 left me with take home pay of roughly $1300, when I could get 40 hours (rare). ~1300 - ~1050 left me with ~$250 to "play" with when all the bills were paid.

But those bills didn't include gas money, a cell phone, cable, beer, any nice things, so I really had almost 0 left. My car stopped working, the mechanic handed me a bill for $1100, now I'm totally broke and I've had to move back in with my parents. It is way too easy to say "be thrifty", you have instead been very fortunate to live in a low cost area.

$10 an hour thrift in this area (central canada) would mean living with multiple roommates in a small apartment with no frills eating Mr. Noodle 3 times a day. And even then you'd never have any savings :S
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Hedda Sepperket - Mon, 14 Oct 2013 02:27:36 EST lX4X2hLu No.35641 Reply
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I've just finished my degree with a 2:1 and there is literally nothing out there I couldn't have got if I had left school at 16. What the hell? I would prefer the sort of job that OP is talking about but all security jobs require extra training and a qualification, which I can't afford. I have been applying for call centre work and retail jobs, mostly out of desperation and have a phone interview tomorrow for a retail chain that I'm kind of hoping I don't get (minimum wage Christmas temp job, basically).

I'm in the UK (specifically Northern Ireland) so does anyone know where a guy could start to look for work? Living with parents on job seeker's allowance is depressing as fuck.

Picture related: I would like to be a monkey in a suit, if anyone knows of any paying jobs.
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Fucking Blorringchitch - Sun, 20 Oct 2013 06:17:46 EST JTBCYseP No.35672 Reply
>>35670
..why
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Angus Miffingstock - Mon, 21 Oct 2013 18:35:50 EST kwHUCaXH No.35677 Reply
>>31414

Im a graphic designer and let me tell you, its hard work.
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Jack Greenwill - Tue, 22 Oct 2013 22:55:10 EST tNmu+yW/ No.35679 Reply
>>35638
I think you mean 10.45 an hour, mr 204.

But I feel your pain. I'm looking at homelessness real soon and with winter on the doorstep, I'm panicking. Time for temp work!
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Ernest Clengerworth - Wed, 23 Oct 2013 04:21:38 EST PGsvsyVu No.35680 Reply
>>31963

I would feel guilty working for those sick fucks

Plus don't they make you do some bullshit cheer?
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stop reading this - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 16:57:45 EST RSrBI0tG No.35708 Reply
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America.

Where diversity is preached but you have to become a certain type of person, do things like everyone else, and work two jobs if your main job pays less than the poverty limit.
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Martin Sappershit - Thu, 07 Nov 2013 10:24:30 EST 1iegNroc No.35716 Reply
>>32042
I disagree, with the exception of scientific, educational, and some agricultural and industrial professions, most jobs these days are unnecessary at best and parasitic at worst. And that's all in the context of humanity, objectively nothing we do is of any consequences beyond the pale blue dot we live on. You need to learn to take it easy.
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Matilda Tootcocke - Sun, 17 Nov 2013 10:36:08 EST Xp4XD8He No.35753 Reply
>>31413
learn to data dude. if you want to be paid peanuts, look into data entry. but seriously if you have even the least bit of drive, get into the MOOC scene, check out courser, MIT OCW, udemy, udacity, edX, TED, saylor etc there are a billion site out there on educational stuff.

most IMPORTANT : Find out your Jungian Type - It'll help you find a job that fits your personality. The check out Holland code - this will tell you what kind of job scene your personality is suited the most for.

i'll suggest taking a year to learn a skill - and then get a job freelancing - elance.com is what you are looking for.

i am not sure if you can get a job without a boss or client with just a high school diploma especially if you have no skills. YOU NEED 2 HV SKIILLZ!
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Emma Pablingridge - Tue, 19 Nov 2013 16:00:35 EST rwtje7Qk No.35756 Reply
OP you missed the train, i bought hundreds of bitcoins at £3 each.
Now look at them!
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Whitey Pittbury - Thu, 05 Dec 2013 00:17:17 EST qtQ3x2ef No.35804 Reply
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> be a wizard technician
> turn money into frogs
> be rich in weeds
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Emma Niddlebury - Mon, 09 Dec 2013 14:33:25 EST 15fmqyHy No.35848 Reply
>>31492
This. Fuck food service, too many people complaining that your coworkers fucked up and making you do something about it.
Fuck customer service, too many people complaining again about shit you probably didn't do, but again, you have to cover for the guy who fucked up. Fuck all of that noise.
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David Bazzlelodge - Tue, 17 Dec 2013 22:49:59 EST qtQ3x2ef No.35884 Reply
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or you could just join all the jocks down at the police academy
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Oliver Pittbanks - Fri, 20 Dec 2013 11:13:09 EST Vd7jdpXX No.35898 Reply
>>31506
Killer on the car though, so care if you're cars not in the best shape.

I used to drive an old beater sunfire, I got decent tips but the damn thing was falling apart. But its what I learned with so it works. Finance a used car, newer. it made my tips plummet though.

Also care if you live in snowy areas. Its a bitch in a car
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DMTriousJohnson !PaseA4f96Q - Thu, 26 Dec 2013 21:33:10 EST sC3qqspa No.35923 Reply
backroom of target
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Phoebe Bripperson - Mon, 30 Dec 2013 05:26:45 EST Nxyit3cr No.35936 Reply
>>31956
>Rent for 1 bedroom is about $1100
Where the fuck do you live? I'm in a 3 Bedroom with a Basement and we pay $750, water included.
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Matilda Fobberforth - Tue, 31 Dec 2013 00:17:05 EST LRcRru4B No.35941 Reply
Fuck you op. Learn a trade.
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Priscilla Bunville - Sun, 05 Jan 2014 18:09:28 EST OG2QKhiE No.35967 Reply
I work at a bakery overnight. I'm the only person on the overnight shift. I can smoke bowls, get drunk, have sex, browse the internet...in between making various pastries, but literally I've gotten drunk, browsed 420chan, smoked a bowl and had sex there all in the same night without getting caught. I see the owner of the place (my "boss") 2 times a month tops. Go for something like that. It's great.
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Matilda Fuckingford - Tue, 07 Jan 2014 17:16:18 EST OkvKkcHB No.35990 Reply
>>35967
Do you work at Panera, Priscilla?
That sounds like the life I used to have when I baked bread and pastries for them.
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Clara Semmlekin - Wed, 08 Jan 2014 04:35:43 EST MqK656No No.35991 Reply
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I live in a small town in north texas what is something i can do where i dont have to deal with people i dont mind working hard but i cant deal with people anymore
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Martha Bezzlesore - Wed, 08 Jan 2014 08:20:37 EST ODt1VJ4S No.35992 Reply
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hey y'all as a new years present I will give you all what you've been waiting for.. free internet monies from home!!
look up 'matched betting' for a lil extra monies. it's not a big earner but it's an earner nonetheless
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Hannah Brookbury - Wed, 08 Jan 2014 23:17:50 EST HmFxIYFL No.35994 Reply
>>35991
I'm looking for someone to help with my personal hygiene, body hair maitinence, and just an all around blow job giver. The pay isn't great, but I offer free room and board. It can be a handful, but I guarantee I'll be the only person you will ever have to deal with...for life maybes?
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Hedda Crimblepark - Fri, 10 Jan 2014 04:05:47 EST SDYO7A/n No.36000 Reply
>>35999
will you give me blue-jays dressed as sonic the hedgehog (blue-hays is hedge slang for blow jobs)?
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Simon Pittgold - Fri, 10 Jan 2014 20:45:28 EST D8zijZHZ No.36002 Reply
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Buy shit on eBay, resell for higher
grow OP
mine buttcoins (needs hefty investment)
affiiliate marketing, pain in the ass at first, but once you get going, autopilot all the way with tweaks here and there
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Simon Pittgold - Fri, 10 Jan 2014 21:21:52 EST D8zijZHZ No.36003 Reply
>>33603
Another New Yorker here, can confirm, we pay $1500 for a closet.
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Isabella Sattingmad - Sat, 11 Jan 2014 17:44:15 EST twjD60kq No.36008 Reply
>>36002
>(needs hefty investment)
I don't think you know how hefty.

There are other *coins that are easier to mine, so look into those.
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Phineas Billingville - Wed, 29 Jan 2014 04:32:43 EST feTUSwqC No.36054 Reply
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Go and invest in a online roulette.
Start with like 10$

Bet on black for like 0.20 $ ... You choosed wrong? Bet on black again with 0.40$ ... Still no luck? Bet 0.80...Damn still no luck . Bet 1.60 and woila you just earned money this time. Now start again with the 0.20 bet ... Dont bet to high because remember. Every time you loose you have to double the bet to earn back your money + the first bet (in this case 0.20 $).

Have fun !
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Shitting Hendlestock - Wed, 29 Jan 2014 10:36:42 EST twjD60kq No.36056 Reply
>>36054
>woila
Lol.

Also, I hope OP takes you seriously, feTUS, that'll learn him.
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Phineas Fiffingnatch - Wed, 29 Jan 2014 20:18:41 EST 4M+x9eD3 No.36057 Reply
>>36003
I pay $1550 and have at least two closets, thank you very much...
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Fanny Brubberfuck - Mon, 03 Feb 2014 17:52:36 EST ftdfe4nH No.36082 Reply
>>36081
How so?
It's the most economically way of betting (Not including advantage playing)
It allows you the most amount of plays, But it doesn't have the highest payout unless you're there for hours on end.
But quite simply, If you ever lose, Your next bet will get you it back + a little extra.
So you will only ever lose if you have a ridiculously long, long losing streak.

I personally hold back until I have a feel for the players/cards/horses. Then when I see a good opportunity, I jump on it with 1/4 ~ 1/2 of available funds. It's not the best method, But if you're smart it'll net you a lot.

However.
You will find that most betting company have a tendency to ban the step up betters(First technique) Because mathematically speaking, They rarely lose But don't take much.
Whereas my technique can generally win you a lot, Unfortunately though most of the time you're just pumping up your bookies account instead.
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Nell Drippershaw - Thu, 06 Feb 2014 09:35:47 EST ODt1VJ4S No.36088 Reply
>>36082
martingale is risky as fuck because of how many people think that it is riskless. casinos are full of chumps convinced they have a winning tactic. the most succesful tactic to win at gambling is to own a casino
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Oliver Billingbury - Thu, 06 Feb 2014 17:43:05 EST tuy9VhXK No.36089 Reply
Use to do sample work at Costco for a company called wds. Payer like 12 an hour its easy as shit use to play gameboy at work.
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Martin Wollerluck - Fri, 07 Feb 2014 14:21:09 EST XDOws00C No.36093 Reply
>>36088
If you're in a Casino you may as well be looking to spend money, not win it.

If you want to win money, Bet at the bookies, They can set the odds, But they can't fuck with the game (Only the league sponsors get to do that)
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Clara Goodforth - Sun, 09 Feb 2014 03:57:46 EST Yfgafl4L No.36100 Reply
>Grow embarrassing amounts of weed and sell that shit

>do some freelance online journalism (easy as shit and pays somewhat decently)

>Ebay trading (can make a profit if done wisely)

>stocks (for obvious reasons)

>dishwasher at restaurant (minimum amount of labour, basically just requires you to clean tables and make sure the dishwasher keeps running)

>pizza delivery (drive around, get paid, also free pizza)

>translator for any book publisher, or if youre even slightly tech-savvy; movie subtitles. (this obviously requires you to know a few languages)

Just a few of my experiences trying to make money doing fuck-all. currently just doing stocks and selling weed.
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Beatrice Cashkit - Sun, 09 Feb 2014 18:14:57 EST NXWyLNAY No.36101 Reply
>>36100

Can you elaborate somewhat about the online freelance journalism bit? I have some amount of experience writing freelance and i've been looking for ways to earn some extra cash other than book reviews for my local weekly
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Clara Pockbanks - Tue, 11 Feb 2014 01:17:11 EST KYcHL+6N No.36106 Reply
>>36102
If you have experience using it, do you have any advice?
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Charlotte Cesslebanks - Fri, 14 Feb 2014 06:19:01 EST hu/6ddH5 No.36126 Reply
>>33144
You make it sound like black women aren't scary lol'n
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Fucking Socklestock - Fri, 14 Feb 2014 10:00:24 EST VpbNwtJo No.36127 Reply
>>36126
lol, not a single person here has had to deal with a hood bitch, a belt, and pms all at the same time. that shit is terrifying
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Ernest Werringspear - Tue, 18 Feb 2014 01:36:43 EST L6lghxIP No.36149 Reply
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>>36126
my lady is Colombian same sorta deal. . do NOT fuck with her god damn the fiestyness. . .gotta love it though
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Esther Fablingshaw - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 20:33:59 EST KYcHL+6N No.36154 Reply
>>35206
I'm sure RS3 has them redoing all their bots now. I've been looking on torrent sites and I just can't trust them.
I have this idea for making money of Runescape though, marketing.
I've been seeing a lot of "drop parties," lately. I figure if I can find someone to put 5 bucks in my paypal I will do a drop party of my own, 2 mil each and promote their website/company.
It's gives people wasting their time a reward for visiting a site, maybe following a Twitter, liking a FB, I'm saving up for it right now, but I have a feeling it's going to be a hit.
Only problem is how many clients can you get in one month? The projections are unpredictable.
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Jack Doppersten - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 05:32:14 EST afTY6tSR No.36156 Reply
>>36154
Like a scheduled party per week for a particular website. ?

Im not sure Jagex would allow advertising, It's not much trouble for the party, But I doubt there's many businesses who want to fuck with a multi-mirrion dorra company.
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Beatrice Genkinstot - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 01:07:53 EST muWkw2Uc No.36160 Reply
>>36156
If the company likes the turnout they would do it often, but it wouldn't be consistent on a particular day just to avoid catching mod's interest and those people that talk crap about the model.
We're talking multiple companies here. For example. Last night I watched a guy get 45 subscribers just handing out 50k for verifying their name. I'm thinking of using that approach for the people that don't get anything at the drop, those people always complain and beg.
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Barnaby Blacklehack - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 08:10:08 EST afTY6tSR No.36161 Reply
>>36160
I do really like the idea, It's like a typical party with banner on the walls.

But since you are in a game world, EVERYTHING is logged, All it takes is one guy to point out that it's advertising and that's it your entire business market falls down. Along with all the names of companies you've worked with.

However.
If you call it a "fansite", You're more than welcome to invite to and advertise that website. This however does not allow you to advertise or promote other websites through runescape.
It'll have to be through your "fansite" where people find the adverts.

I'm not sure if you're aloud to promote other peoples fansites though, It could be something you should look into. I'm sure they'll pay more for advertising ingame, Than you would get from adverts on a fansite.
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Archie Chessletudge - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 16:27:37 EST KYcHL+6N No.36163 Reply
>>36161
True, I'll have to watch out for that. I forgot how serious they take their game-space lol.
But like you said, if I make it seem like a regular RS fansite though I should be fine.
But then if change the username back to the company's name "ominously in the URL" later, then all those followers will be none the wiser.
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Frederick Deppergold - Wed, 04 Feb 2015 17:48:22 EST y6FNQwMl No.37279 Reply
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There IS a way, OP.
I know a guy who knew a guy who worked at this place with this guy who had to write code every week for his company.

He got paid really well, and every week they'd give him the definitions or parameters or limiters or some fucking thing (I forget the specific terms, I don't really computers) and he'd do it.

So he got lazy and hired some random monkey from China to do it FOR him for like a sixth of what he made per week, and it was going good for a really long time.

Then he got TOO lazy because he didn't wanna tell the guy what he had to do every week, so he gave this dude direct access to the VPN of the company or something.

Company watcher was like "ey boss do we have chinese workers" and boss was like "no" because the fucking server showed someone logging into it from China.

So everyone went RED ALERT and they figured out the cause and fired the guy.

Dude had it fucking MADE FOR LIFE and he bombed it.

>tl;dr get a degree in computer science then get a job and pay some chinese or indian to do your work
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Hugh Foblingdale - Thu, 12 Feb 2015 15:34:10 EST 9pUwiIpJ No.37287 Reply
>>37279>

I like the fact that you're addressing OP even if the post was written 2 years and a couple of months ago, kek.

Great feels and strategy though.
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Lillian Dellyshit - Fri, 20 Feb 2015 18:49:15 EST 69zpiBG3 No.37302 Reply
>>37287

This is currently the best thread in 420chan.
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Ian Nuttingpirk - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 08:20:36 EST cOKEd+d0 No.37315 Reply
Shoplift expensive lego sets and sell them online.
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Fuck Sobblemare - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 15:09:26 EST q6IYKkiP No.37316 Reply
>>31413
Op listen to me,
First, obtain excel
Use youtube, trial/error, and learn it inside and out. You can get a job starting at 18 an hour if you do this well enough. Good luck.
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Doris Clockleturk - Sat, 28 Feb 2015 16:44:17 EST 3I2NBOcM No.37321 Reply
bump for more interest
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Phyllis Congerwodging - Sun, 01 Mar 2015 00:24:49 EST 5BBsAEps No.37323 Reply
this thread changed my life
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richard fart - Mon, 23 Mar 2015 22:56:08 EST G6BT3tUq No.37381 Reply
>>37323
this thread gave me a brain hemorrhage
apologies to anyone affected negatively by brain hemorrhage
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Santo !Pc20GIa3Nc - Thu, 26 Mar 2015 15:11:53 EST TtFmz8VD No.37385 Reply
If you're not gay or on intravenous drugs, selling blood pays alright. First time involves a long physical to make sure you don't have HIV/HepC/whateverthefuck.

If you're scared of needles, you can try dumpster diving in mall parking lots for shit the stores throw out and reselling whatever works online. Just make sure you know the local laws on it because some places consider it a nuisance and don't fucking do it if the dumpster is fenced in and there's a "No Tresspassing" sign.
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Betsy Gipperbine - Wed, 08 Apr 2015 06:02:38 EST Q+Ale0TG No.37404 Reply
>>31413
night shift unarmed security guard for a factory here. let's see how well my job matches up to your desires:

>contact with customers
I guard a factory storage lot. there aren't really "customers". I'll maybe process shipping manifests for 1 or 2 truck carries a night, if even, and I could have about an hour of checking employee IDs at the end of the day. other than that, aint no one.

>boss contact
I see my boss for an hour and a half a day...and that's IF I see him.

>no work; can browse Chan's

nigga, I'm at work right now on 3 chans and on an irc channel. I was playing San Andreas earlier.

>steady
I have guaranteed 40hrs per week, and security is a job where the company is literally just selling hours of people watching shit. firing someone is unheard of and quitting causes a shit storm because you literally can't run a site short staffed without violating the contract your firm has with its client.

security in a safe area (I.e. not ghetto guard or bar shit) is basically free money.
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Priscilla Hurringhick - Sat, 11 Apr 2015 14:11:32 EST 8qpvWiyj No.37411 Reply
>>31413

when i was out of work for 5 months last year i would

>donate plasma
>buy shit from good will and sell on craigslist
>medical research studies (not worth it)
>taxi for drunk friends (and their parents)
>a little return fraud for everyday items

luckily i have my girlfriend and she has a good job.

anyways i was making like $200 a week
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Jack Fadgefack - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 04:18:10 EST g/n+eS0L No.37429 Reply
>>32037
Thank god I'm not living in america, you guys are fucking niggest there.
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Betsy Dammlebidging - Fri, 01 May 2015 01:29:23 EST 4MSfEWBQ No.37443 Reply
Collect empty alcohol bottles, cans and cash them in. Its like 5 cents a can, 10 cents a beer bottle, and 20 cents for a liquor bottle where I live and all you really have to do is explore, You don''t really have to deal with anyone, and potentially see lots of cool shit.

But its up to you man, all of us have our own lives, where we have to learn to deal with different obstacles and challenges and how to overcome them.
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Jenny Geffingfuck - Wed, 20 May 2015 22:23:28 EST twjD60kq No.37484 Reply
>>37443
Where are you? I've never heard of 5/10/20 deposits.
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Shit Fangerham - Sun, 31 May 2015 05:50:10 EST uEEdn8hX No.37501 Reply
Try warehousing OP
When I worked I did backstock, which meant I just scanned shit into shelves
it was a small warehouse so I could do it by myself, but when we had a full crew there it was shit easy, you just have to walk a lot and be okay with going on ladders
the only times I really saw my boss were when I was clocking in/out or at break times

But, if you're willing to work with customers, you could be a bank teller. Those guys make some pretty damn good money
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Polly Bracklefield - Sun, 31 May 2015 23:20:43 EST a0pSiuor No.37505 Reply
>>37404
Let's say I'm a 19 year old NEET in Illinois looking to go into security. What do I do? I am helpless.
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Phyllis Mennerlag - Mon, 08 Jun 2015 01:45:13 EST 2sY12goC No.37511 Reply
>>37505
well, I'm a guard in a different state that has easier requirements than Illinois....

anyway, 10 seconds in google tells me you need something called a PERC card (I guess that's illinois' background check card?) + a 20 hour unarmed security course.

If you really really want it, I guess you'd get your PERC card and then google for companies that train security guards, pay for a course, and get qualified or whatever. Then it's a trip to craigslist's jobs/security section from there.

Like I said, I'm not in illinois, and my state has no employee-side red tape for unarmed guard qualification, so I can't really help you beyond being a human google bot.
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Nicholas Wusslehitch - Fri, 26 Jun 2015 00:49:07 EST 1Na09eb8 No.37538 Reply
>>31413
Loser, you're alive and this is how you chose to spend your time. Loser.
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Rebecca Murdford - Sat, 27 Jun 2015 00:59:09 EST J81wFoE0 No.37539 Reply
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>>37538
>wants to turn his life around and be successful
>loser

Wow. You'd make a great counsellor, man.
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 00:03:33 EST viXer/HU No.37560 Reply
>>37539
I wish I'd had a counselor like Nicholas.
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Sidney Nuzzlechag - Mon, 27 Jul 2015 08:09:16 EST r2Xcslbf No.37575 Reply
>>35568
> It's the managers you'll grow to love, their determination to boss people around makes them into predictable characters and your life becomes like a movie like office space
>smoke up and enjoy the ridiculousness
every fast food job lol
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Jack Nicklefoot - Wed, 29 Jul 2015 19:42:33 EST Z1OklJTh No.37576 Reply
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all these suggestions for drug dealer
how easy is it to be a drug dealer?
whats the best drug to grow or manufacture is there like a how to drug deal guide somewhere on the internet?
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Thomas Buggledock - Sun, 02 Aug 2015 07:15:51 EST 63wtzUls No.37583 Reply
>>37576

Friends and finding good bulk rates, are the key to dealing drugs.

Never pay more than 50% of retail value for your product, unless the product is already paid for, and you'd miss the sale otherwise.

Beyond that, find good friends to hang out with while you do it. Sales is easy if you're happy, and hard as fuck when you're not. Also, the friend likely will buy your product before going home for the night, so even if it's a bust, you should still have enough to cover a night out.

Now, if you want to make real money, without going kingpin, you want to sell accessories too. Shit, even if you just hit up the dollar store, you can retail snacks, glow sticks, and shit for good profit margins at parties. Blunt wraps, papers, pipes, scales, they buy em and trade for em.
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Ian Demblefoot - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 17:51:24 EST RvmpvyiT No.37599 Reply
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>>31958

> I could literally buy my friends. I'd go to the slave market, pick my favorites, and instead of making them work the fields or whipping them to death, we'd get high together and talk philosophy.

i wonder if there's any documented occurrences of things like this... there's gotta be
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Ian Demblefoot - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 18:42:18 EST RvmpvyiT No.37600 Reply
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>>32042

>Of course every single fucking job makes a difference. thats how society today works, every job is interconnected.

the vast majority of jobs that exist are absolutely worthless, they consume our time and they consume our bodies. you're trying to make it sound like it's a good thing that people should spend the majority of their time while they're awake doing repetitive tasks away from their family for people of a superior status, but it's those kinds of nonsensical habits that have fucked us up.

work sucks - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ArkJmUOIqM

"There were vast fortunes to be made, after all, in an economy based on mass production and organized to favor the large corporation rather than the small business or the family farm. But mass production required mass consumption...

Cubberley - who was dean of Stanford's School of Education, a textbook editor at Houghton Mifflin, and Conant's friend and correspondent at Harvard - had written the following in the 1922 edition of his book Public School Administration: "Our schools are . . . factories in which the raw products (children) are to be shaped and fashioned.. . . And it is the business of the school to build its pupils according to the specifications laid down."

Once you understand the logic behind modern schooling, its tricks and traps are fairly easy to avoid. School trains children to be employees and consumers; teach your own to be leaders and adventurers. School trains children to obey reflexively; teach your own to think critically and independently... Mandatory education serves children only incidentally; its real purpose is to turn them into servants."

Against School - by New York Teacher of the Year, John Gatto - http://www.wesjones.com/gatto1.htm
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Alamazo Alex - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 13:31:09 EST fSBfoqRJ No.37603 Reply
>>31413
If you know any programming languages, you can get a job as an indie game developer. no contact with anybody, pay varies from 15 cents to 15 mil. And
there are no official hours, and no need for any education.
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Henry Chugglemug - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 18:10:11 EST KHAtqCZ+ No.37871 Reply
Alright OP, I have a few jobs that I do and make damn good money doing it. This is exactly what I did before I got a better job and went to school.

> BIOlife
These things are sprouting up like hotcakes and it's worth it. You give 1 pint of blood and boom! $75! You can do this 3 times a month and make a max of $225 a month.

> Growing and selling weed
This is easier to get into than you think, its just getting the contact. Once you got it either A invest a little time and energy into getting seeds and growing a crop, or buy an Oz and flip it with friends selling 1/8th. You should damn hear double your money on your Oz making $400-600.

So in one month you can make about 800 to +1500 just selling weed and blood depending on how much you can flip a month.

Now Uncle Sam loved to know a lot about you and where you are getting this money from so a legitimate job is needed to make the GOV happy and feds off your back.
> Security Guard
Easy fucking job with pay way better than minimum wage, guaranteed. You will have to give up about 8-10 hours a day and possibly work a lot of nights, but pay is decent. But like everyone else you do nothing, I entertained myself with reading, internet, texting, and smoking weed. I made about $400 a week.

> Movie theater projectionist.
You play the fucking movie, you walk out. When the movie ends you go in and shut off the movie and wait around for the next showing. This was the job I took after I quite the security gig, here I made $12.50/h. I like the surety guard did nothing but read, play video games, and get fucking baked. Now depending on the theater

So right now I am at 1200-1900 a month, or so, and only work 4 days a week with rent at $400, gasoline at $60 a month, utilities, internet, car insurance, $350, and $200 to spend on food and the rest to fuck around with.
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Walter Fanningfet - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 18:51:46 EST EaicH/uv No.37902 Reply
>>34087
Used to work in a supermarket deli. Fucking hated it. It was an upscale supermarket in a richer town so basically everybody who wasn't an immigrant was a MASSIVE douchebag. Used to have people come in and order more prosciutto than I could buy with my whole paycheck and that shit is a pain in the ass to slice, especially if you have a fucked up SC joint like I did.

There were a couple times when it got really slow and they'd send me over to produce - that was really chill, if you didn't mind helping people find stuff. Basically half the produce department spent all day baked off their ass and just restocked vegetables and answered questions. Seems like after a while it'd get boring but it always seemed like a step up over deli, cashier, bagger, etc.
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Nell Pozzleforth - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 22:13:39 EST HrqH5NbO No.37910 Reply
Security Guard,
After a few day state licensing course, this job is fairly easy to find, pays $8-$12/hr
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Basil Cendercocke - Tue, 10 May 2016 03:03:50 EST TIHgb6ZA No.37935 Reply
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>>37909
Thanks anon. I check here every few weeks or so and this is a nice link I've seen before with less info
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Shitting Gunnerkig - Mon, 23 May 2016 00:53:17 EST DjQenG2b No.37956 Reply
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OP here, 4 years later, now 28yo.

I spontaneously decided to check out /howto/ and was very surprised to see this thread still floating around, specially since, when I last saw it 4 years ago, it only had a few replies.

When I started this thread I didn't think context was necessary but, apparently, it is.

Back when I was 19, my first job ever lasted about 9 months, it was in a fucking call center for Time Warner Cable; needless to say it's a shit company with fucking IDIOTS for customers who are also very angry love to yell at you. Said job also had the perk and blessing of having 8, yes, 8 mother-fucking direct bosses. Shit scarred me for life.

I actually did go to trade school after that, in order to become a cabinet-maker and work with wood and shit, be my own boss etc. but, my drunk faggot uncle got kicked out of his place by his ex-wife who took all his money, and the shit-stain's mere presence fucked up my plans.

Plan B was a solution provided by this thread but, instead, I used what little I had of my savings to start a college career in tourism... which I couldn't finish due to money.

A few weeks ago I got my second job ever, yup, customer service agent for Amazon, another call center that deals with faggots all day, every day... I couldn't take it and quit after a little over a month, so, basically, this quasi-PTSD I have made me do >>32037 unintentionally.

According to my calculations, a little over a month working for a better-paying shithole call center that I applied to recently and have good chances of being hired-for, and I'll be set to pay for the rest of my career.

With that said and having read the thread, I am now giving very serious thought to buying a gun and taking the necessary courses to score a security gig. Turns out the only thing I give a shit about anyway is martial arts, and I've been practicing for over 10 years now, which could be a selling point for such a gig.
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Nigel Hingerbene - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 09:06:58 EST wpFdN+jN No.38017 Reply
>>37956
Are you from US? This shit is fucking horrible, you basically tried to make a living off something for 9 years and found nothing with your efforts.

I live in Germany and got an apprenticeship as a materials inspector which will be finished in a year (I am 22 now) and give me middle class income.

Why don't you riot already, you are basically getting fucked in the ass on a daily basis.
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Charles Soffingman - Sat, 13 Aug 2016 00:31:45 EST FbEtxeDW No.38023 Reply
>>38017
OP here, nope, not 'murrican. More importantly, the problem is not society nor the job-market or what have you, it's me, because I hate "working" with a passion. I'm really not cut out for selling my effort, time, life and soul for money that I don't have time to enjoy; although, I'm still working that tech support gig I applied to when I last posted...

it's been over a month and I don't have suicidal thoughts every day so, I'm pleasantly surprised.
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John Snodbanks - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 11:01:08 EST Za738lv9 No.38036 Reply
>>38023

nah it is capitalism. we have enough technology where society can function without people having to work more than 20 hours week. yet, the way the system is set up is the worship of labor and wage relations. the boredom and depression get better when a bunch of people who hate work start to burn it down. can confirm, greek here who lives in a squat and doesn't even work. lets just say my ventures are funded by my own ways.
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Thomas Trotwell - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 14:23:48 EST IPWQIhV9 No.38071 Reply
>>31796
Modern blizzard games have more robust antti-botting, no?
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Priscilla Hibblemat - Sun, 11 Sep 2016 21:52:44 EST yTNfkk06 No.38075 Reply
>>37956

Shit, it is 4 years to the day today. Congrats on moving a little closer towards figuring things out man. I remember seeing this thread around here four years ago. I haven't spent much time on 420chan since and definitely not /howto/.
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John Pucklechudge - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 00:04:43 EST Pgzk3zxq No.38079 Reply
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>>32018

I am now convinced I should do data entry while I go to school for CS.
(better than stocking fucking groceries and dealing with the general public.)
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Henry Climmleworth - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 18:57:07 EST 4tmWVgN3 No.38096 Reply
>>37404
I worked security for 2 years at various strip mining operations. Pretty much consisted of sitting in my car all night playing SNES games on a PSP, often getting fucking wasted, and smoking a ton of weed. Sometimes friends would show up and we would sit around on top of the mountain and drink. I'd sober up enough by the time morning came and everyone headed out and would drive home.

One time my boss showed up just to check on the place and I had like 3 other people in my car at the time smoking a joint with me. Bossman didn't care. Just told me he came to check in, then he left, never said a word about it.

Security is best job ever. Pays well and you don't have to do a goddamn thing but be there.
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Henry Dattingkudging - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 17:33:32 EST 1+MEBDro No.38121 Reply
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OP again

It's actually been close to 6 months working the same tech support gig for me and I haven't had a single break down where I want to legit kill myself so, I gotta say I'm very impressed with my current job.

We're about to enter high season due to cyber monday and christmas so... yeah... I see dark days ahead. On the flip side, I now have enough money to buy a used car and I might actually do it /howto/.
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Eliza Saffingpidge - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 16:54:25 EST 2Ew27xB8 No.38123 Reply
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Having read through this entire thread, and as someone who can routinely type at 85+ WPM on a slow day, can anyone reccomend a good place to start out with telecommuted data entry? I've had decent experience with MTurking in the past (especially with those dreadful receipt-transcription HITs), but would like something a bit less mercurial.

Currently have no qualifications or anything like that apart from a GED and the aforementioned typing speed. Temp agencies are a possibility in the future, but as a collegefag still livinig with parents I kinda have my hands full as is.

[spoilers]Cheers.[/spoilers]
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Eliza Saffingpidge - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 16:55:33 EST 2Ew27xB8 No.38124 Reply
>>38123
I'm a fucking idiot who can't spell *living or spoiler-tag correctly

nb
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Henry Gunnerwell - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 00:36:47 EST +xpZaJNR No.38336 Reply
>>37316
I did some spreadsheets in high school wit excel.can you ela borate a little more please? And to contribute I work as a swing security guard logging in shipments it's easy af this place isn't that regulated either the supervisor shows up like once every 3 weeks but I personally never see them the other guards possibly do tho. I get 10.50 weekly pay living in LA so it pays decently. I get high, surf the Web jack off in the porta potty sometime's I even ride my bike in the yard the freedom here is insane. Best job ever
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Nigel Grandfoot - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 16:24:30 EST hNxW20rE No.38338 Reply
I remember reading this thread in 2012, crazy.
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Nell Fablingkad - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 22:40:59 EST ny2Gqx3K No.38352 Reply
I have come back to this thread many times over the last 4 years. It's really one of the the best reads i've had on any chan. It's always cool to see an OP post back after many years.

Unfortunately i'm back on the no-job list myself in about a month due to health complications and just plain quitting my job.

I feel with anybody who have worked phone support jobs. My very first job was a 1st line supporter at the biggest ISP in my country. Not only did I have to contend with angry and/or stupid apes not RTFM'ing an INCREDIBLY simple manual and having to guide them all through resetting their routers and TV receivers, but i had to deal with this while every FUCKING SECOND of my time was counted, recorded and nitpicked for shit pay only a few bucks above welfare. I got a heavy case of phone-PTSD to this day because of this shit... I ended up getting anxiety attacks whenever someone called me, even friends and family

once, the entire cable technician staff decided to go on strike for a fucking week, and just guess who had to take ALL the flak.
Did I get a bonus for my good performance during that week? heh, FUCK no... I got a sucky bunch of coupons for their piece of shit "service" so I could have cheaper net for few months (I had my subscription at a competitor who actually offered a decent router, good support and excellent uptime).

For the next job I moved to Germany to work at a jewlery company... Here I got a harsh lesson in the company-wide effects of bad (or, rather, non-existing) leadership.
I worked there as a programmer in a small team of 3 (me, the CIO and a web dev/IT support guy). The place, the CEO and the co-workers were really cool people to work with. The IT department was running really well, and we started really getting shit done after I got up to speed. IT was respected by all, and I expanded my duties to server maintenance and sysadmin work.
In the end of 2015 we had implemented nearly half a million lines of super stable automation code (for interfacing with a shit ERP system), along with a support ticket system, company-wide network monitoring, a warehouse status display system and much, much more.

Shit was pretty good, the pacing was optimal and everything went well untila few months later when it was announced the CEO got the boot and the company owners would grab the reins from here on in.
Essentially what happened, was that the entire company turned into stressful shit within just a few days. Before, we had maybe one or two calls a day for really minor stuff (a dialog box or a paper jam), but after that we got absolutely flooded... literally EVERYBODY in the entire company (even 10yr+ veterans) had more or less "forgotten" basic, well-documented, precautions, procedures and rules regarding the ERP system and other areas.
After a a week of that hell, the owner suddenly decided that we didn't need a ticketing system or network monitoring (all made on free and Open source stuff as well, so not because of expenses),and that was when I decided to turn in my notice.

Currently I work as a sysadmin for a company doing software for govt purposes, and right now, it's pretty cushy as I work from home (health complications, as mentioned above), but again I decided to quit... Not only because of EU's GDPR laws threatening my job security (and the company entirely because our code is actually shit), but because of a very egocentric boss with a bad case of the Dunning-Kruger Effect (aka. "i'm always right"-syndrome) and the fact that my dept (yes, I'm the boss of IT..... but only on paper) is constantly treated like slave labor or Indian Microsoft scammers (especially by our devs, which btw are treated like fucking kings) and not a shit is given.

If my country didn't have an extreme case of "educational inflation" (by this, I mean, if you want to even just make sandwiches, there's a 3-year education for that... and YES you'll have to take it or have VERY low chances of getting hired), i'd happily move on to a different line of work.

I've thought about getting into photography proper, and possibly offer photogrammetry and photo drone services... possibly combine that with RL or digital painting (a hobby of mine).

On the other hand, that shit requires heavy equipment... which i'm not able to lift... due to my health (busted shoulder joints at age 29 ain't fun -_- )
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Jarvis Hibbleshaw - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 05:23:49 EST EzAqrb6V No.38353 Reply
>>38352

I'm not sure if I got it right.. In the german company, why did they suddenly start calling you for minor shit that they actually knew? Because the owners treated them like shit and they wanted to take it out on someone?
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Walter Fommlebanks - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 21:10:32 EST NnnZZQcU No.38354 Reply
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>>38352
I worked a call-center job for a cellphone company for a couple months. The metrics system was terrible. If they actually cared about solutions for their customers they wouldn't pressure the workers to keep call times under six minutes or whatever amount it actually was. To get a bonus we had to meet all the metrics and convince the caller to upgrade their plan, buy some new gadget, or switch to paperless bills. Generally the caller had some technical issue or they were lied to by the salesman at the store (who are on commission, so its in their interest to make as many sales as possible, leading some to lie,) so they weren't interested in a sales pitch. If you wanted to get a bonus you'd have to be sly or manipulative, or lucky. Anyways, I didn't stay there long. Thankfully no phone ptsd, if anything the opposite. Its super easy talking on the phone now, and I often unintentionally transition to a phone voice out of habit.

Caterings a good job to get into because there's catering jobs everywhere and something to fall back on if a better job goes awry. IT sounds better, but I'm talking no-degree job seeking.
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Wesley Hummleman - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 14:37:13 EST XNcUFqMl No.38393 Reply
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>>38352
>>38354
Sorry to hear about your health, Nell,

OP here, about a year after my last post in the thread. Having lived through it myself, unfortunately my only advise is to keep trying different call centers if you can't jump into a different industry. I had to go through 2 hell-holes that scarred me for life until I found my current gig where I'm actually pretty comfy after close to 2 years.

I was actually "promoted" (lateral movement rather, but it pays better) to a slightly different position about 4 months ago and even though my daily tasks are about twice the amount of crap that I had to do as L1 tech support, I now handle 1/4 of the stress I was handling before (which was considerably less than the previous 2 hell-holes I worked in to begin with). Basically, I do as much as possible through email and have "little to no real contact with customers" as an actual goal. Moreover, the customers I deal with are generally decent folk who will not yell at you over meaningless shit, and to top it all off, my bosses are all pretty chill.

I ended up not buying a car because it's easier and cheaper to sleep on the bus than stressing out over the insane traffic jams while commuting; instead I'd rather move close to where I work to improve my life's quality even further.
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Jarvis Bonkinridge - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 21:52:35 EST YLlX4yfK No.38399 Reply
>tfw this thread is THIS FUCKING SLOW

COME ON GUYS, KEEP POSTING. I've tried getting jobs in Data Entry, but haven't gotten ONE(1) interview, let alone a job. These are jobs near minimum wage who ask for only a high school diploma btw.
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Angus Dapperbut - Fri, 10 Nov 2017 06:45:59 EST U7sEXv5i No.38403 Reply
I think a hidden gem of lazy ass jobs are casinos they pay pretty well and are usually so automated a retard could do it. Not a dealer but like housekeeping/security/cooking/whatever
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Barnaby Pillybury - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 17:57:25 EST RFx1oJ1K No.38406 Reply
>>38399
You know anyone already working there? It's how people get a leg up on everybody else, it's always who you know anon.
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John Blackham - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 19:07:11 EST a59zh6na No.38411 Reply
>>38399
I've been waiting since 2012 for help in this thread

please help me, I'm hungry
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Alice Bushlire - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 09:38:33 EST 8mDMJWOF No.38412 Reply
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>>31920
i work at a kennel. $9.50/hr. 35hr/wk. it's not living wage.
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Oliver Sigglehack - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 00:27:06 EST EZb1YPtB No.38457 Reply
I'm going to get a taxi license, wish me luck everyone. There's a thread in /vroom/ that I'll update with my progress.
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John Humblefeck - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 19:56:25 EST 5bA0rHVV No.38465 Reply
>>38457
its called uber.

if you pay for a taxi license ur dumb.
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Shit Porringkan - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 18:22:28 EST 3J4JfWax No.38475 Reply
>>38465
uber drivers have to pay for their own insurance/ vehicle mantainence/ gas, and a lot of them make less than minimum wage. At least if OP gets a taxi license and works for some fleet, he'll get employee protections
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Cornelius Summleford - Mon, 26 Feb 2018 04:35:50 EST Ut+/GlA2 No.38476 Reply
>>31413
Warehouse work dude
Everything you described.
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Cedric Suzzledut - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 20:14:43 EST PwZp4U3R No.38480 Reply
work at a smoke shop
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Phoebe Nenkinbury - Mon, 12 Mar 2018 11:44:11 EST EaMUnxaI No.38487 Reply
>>38465

If you work for uber you're dumb.

Uber has its drivers completely convinced that what they're doing is "making extra cash" when really what you're actually doing is taking out a payday loan against the trade-in value of your car.
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Fanny Dorringville - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 23:18:32 EST 7tmkdxsI No.38490 Reply
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>>31413
Tired of winning?
Its getting better. Invest your bitcoins in the Trump campain 2020 and get paid back as soon the mining Contract pays out.

16WZud3mVfe1cFw97F2289mw2gGcvhWKLE

Winning
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Emma Dartfoot - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 23:21:53 EST b3bgGTXR No.38491 Reply
LOL, this is a 6 year old thread. OP is now 30 years old

LOLLLLLLOLOL
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Emma Dartfoot - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 00:01:05 EST b3bgGTXR No.38492 Reply
buttcoin millionaires
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Molly Cozzlespear - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 17:27:26 EST 2YbVZTIA No.38502 Reply
Hey op

How you doin?
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Phoebe Clandlewell - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 23:34:15 EST YLlX4yfK No.38551 Reply
Guys, forget about money for a second. What's the most fun job that doesn't require a university degree? It can be part time and minimum wage.
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Augustus Darryfoot - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 01:28:14 EST l1kU8IRg No.38558 Reply
>>38491

Literally lol'd. My money's on OP found out the hard way many years back you have to actually do something to get paid.
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Esther Billingson - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 11:53:14 EST EaMUnxaI No.38559 Reply
>>38551

Band roadie. Get paid almost nothing, if not nothing outright. But at least you get to travel around and do drugs with a band. And hang out with incredibly sleazy music production people and slutty groupie girls.
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Lillian Gicklebury - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 23:40:51 EST YLlX4yfK No.38560 Reply
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>>38559
Am I supposed to look for roadie jobs on Indeed?
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Martha Shittingbanks - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 10:35:00 EST 8mDMJWOF No.38561 Reply
>>38559
I just realized my dream job. While a band is on tour, I like to attend every concert that I possibly can. This usually lasts for a couple weeks following around the band to different cities. It's the opposite of getting paid. Is that a good way of trying to be noticed by the band to possibly be their roadie? especially if it's a underground small band that seems to be gaining popularity.
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Basil Pittville - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 10:55:39 EST EaMUnxaI No.38562 Reply
>>38560

You gotta be involved in the scene. But fortunately once a couple of people know who you are then roadie jobs are pretty easy to come by. "Hey do you wanna be on the road for 200 days out of the year doing massive amounts of manual labor and get paid almost nothing for it?" Obviously there's a bit of a shortage of people willing to do it.
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Phyllis Dartforth - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 19:30:22 EST rEAJTyy/ No.38566 Reply
>>31413
Ive worked as/at a telemarketer, line cook, landscaper, coffee shop, industrial laundry mat and electrical helper for buildings in the making/renovating. Cold calls telemarketing are pretty shitty because they fire you after 2 or 3 weeks if you arnt amazing at selling things. Social security disability is currently my income and I've gotta say, I will never work for someone else that I don't genuinely like again.

For anyone looking for a job with no GED, coffee shops are the way to go. It may be quick paced work if you have a lot of customers daily or have a drive-thru, but you get to smoke weed on break, get tips whether they let you or not (though could risk getting fired), free food/drinks, 40+ hours a week if the boss likes you enough, 10$ an hour..there's not really too much downside to the job. You may never be able to eat their food again without feeling sick as fuck after having it too much but oh well. Being a pizza cook was kinda lame for the pay rate and basically no benefits. A real good recommendation is to work for a coffee shop for about 6 months to a year and see how much more of it you can take, its not that horrible for fairly fuckin easy-ish work, just gotta remember how to make whatever a customer is ordering which is a piece of cake if you're a quick learner. Also must be able to stand for a long, long time. Like 9+ hours LOL

Landscaping sucks, electrician work pays GREAT (100$ an hour) if you have a masters degree/own a business but is high stress and a lot of crouching/bending, lottttt of phone calls and dealing with people.

Finally, working at an industrial laundry mat where they ship clothes to companys isn't really worth the pay IMO but I'm a lazy fuck. Constant physical labor of potential very heavy clothes, going through bins to find out which bin is correct to load on the trucks (which are crazy fucking heavy) so yeah I was only at the place for like 2 weeks maybe 3 if that.

TLDR-Coffee shops or disability are my go-to, or telemarketing (or any job that requires paid training) since you hopefully wont have to physically work for 2 or more weeks, quit, then get paid for just doing their training.
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Doris Bronningdone - Sun, 24 Jun 2018 20:00:14 EST YLlX4yfK No.38567 Reply
>>38566
I wish it was that easy to get a job at a coffee place. I applied to multiple Starbucks and didn't get shit.
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Ebenezer Smallhood - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 00:27:38 EST qttRE3yy No.38568 Reply
>>38567

apply at smaller places. look up the 10 closest coffee shops to you that arent corporate chains beyond your state, print out 10 resumes and 10 cover letters, put on your best clothes, and physically show up at each place and ask if the manager is there. make a list of them all. print out a google map of all 10 arranged in an efficient route. this is how ive gotten every job/accomodation ive ever had
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Martin Sirrychare - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 18:57:48 EST YLlX4yfK No.38569 Reply
>>38568
Out of curiosity, when was the last time you did this?
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Clara Conkindale - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 01:18:51 EST YLlX4yfK No.38571 Reply
>>38570
So you literally walk in, and the first thing you say is "Hi, can I talk to the manager?"
It might sound like a dumb question but I'm enthusiastic as shit.
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Polly Cosslefuck - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 21:08:35 EST qttRE3yy No.38574 Reply
>>38571

don't be shy to ask these questions. it's cool. i walk in and say id like to apply for a job, and ask if i can speak to a manager. sometimes they have a little thing to fill out, sometimes its online and you can bring it filled out in advance (fucking do this if possible it looks good) and if you're lucky you can catch the manager there and talk to them right away. obviously dont go during busy times, like weekends or evenings at a restaurant would be pretty dumb
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Esther Bangerchotch - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 05:47:07 EST w6YxKLM3 No.38603 Reply
>>31737
I took 3 chunks of the penis cactus and it fucked me. Not sure if the trip is darker than real mescaline but it was scary.
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Under Intact - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 21:25:00 EST XHjjn4UC No.38635 Reply
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>>31413
Get yourself a disability and collect SSI. Then go somewhere for 8hrs a day and come up with a fake story about where you work. Like, a humor appreciator at Google or something.

(Do not do this if you have any sort of moral or shame)
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Cornelius Summerchure - Wed, 24 Oct 2018 00:15:23 EST YLlX4yfK No.38636 Reply
>>38635
I've applied for ODSP and am waiting for an interview. I hope it goes well.
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Fanny Pepperson - Mon, 27 May 2019 10:50:18 EST ZPK+EhqL No.38709 Reply
bumping to preserve this anthropological artifact
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Nicholas Cepperdine - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 04:03:07 EST CpIlRhdn No.38711 Reply
>>38709
I never seen one worthwhile post. But keep the camera alive
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Dextrolord - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 15:41:40 EST K9vEMsKI No.38741 Reply
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>>31413
This was posted almost 7 years ago... Not gonna read thru all the posts but i bet op is still a lame living off hia mom at 31 and searching for his dream do nothing job.. I thought that was funny and wanted to point it out.
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James Sanningbanks - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 04:49:57 EST 47hQbFKa No.38750 Reply
>>31736
>More legally you could with some ease become a park or forest ranger. This will require large amounts of time alone in deep woods or alone in a ranger station, or maybe leading trail guides/hikes/walks. You will still need to buy yourself food and shit so there is a decent amount of interaction.
Lmao
Park ranger maybe, but they drug test a lot. All federal employees are drug tested.

>forest ranger
Most states have "fish and game" or "land management", both are federal law enforcement jobs which require you to be a part of state police or basically so involved with the job because of your family or connections that they hire you out of convenience.

Knowing how to navigate large swaths of land without a map or compass like they do also takes training and education. You also need to know photogrammetry, soil sciences, botany, fish and wildlife ecosystem management, so on and so on. They're very heavy jobs and aren't paid anywhere near enough to justify it. You're also basically on the job at all times and will be devoting your entire life to your work which is why you sleep and live in a shitty tower in the middle of shitty woods full of violent angry boar and bears.
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Henry Clugglebudge - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 17:36:08 EST Emt5Ys6e No.38751 Reply
>>31413
Lookup so.d job agencies near you easy jobs good pay and they work with your schedule
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Lillian Cribbermad - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 12:27:43 EST ADdKxC3M No.38767 Reply
>>38751
what kind of unhelpful fuckhead response is this?

OP, just get an overnight Security job at construction sites. You literally do nothing except check for broken windows and opened doors that should be left alone all night.

How often do you expect troublemakers in a fucking construction site overnight?
What is this, the first episode of the Punisher on Netflix?

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