U know whats worse than online dating. Online job hunting.

U know whats worse than online dating

Online job hunting. The only jobs willing to respond are retail/fast food but all the other jobs never respond. I just wanna get a job that isnt retail for frick sakes and doesnt wanna make me shoot my head out . All these entry level jobs on indeed and Glassdoor never seem to even respond to me . The people I do know that get good jobs get it via connections

I know a guy in college that got a job at a car company to be a technician for electrical vehicles and be trained over the summer . That sounds so much better than stocking shelves at Walmart or standing at register all day scanning stuff .

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    think outside the box, something cool yet rare like forest ranger of some nonsense like that.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Im not gonna live in woods for frick sakes .

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        see you are gay that your problem

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I can't find any jobs like that btw and they require degrees and certifications I don't have

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The rarer it is, the more competitive it is, and the harder it is to get that job. The reason why retail jobs respond is because that's the most common job out there so there's no competition to get it.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Im not gonna live in woods for frick sakes .

      >I can't get a job anywhere
      >just get a job 300 miles away where they also won't hire you lol

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Frick you, I've applied to shit like that too and never hear back. I even applied to a rail road company cause they're crying about not having workers. I did an online interview where it was me recording videos for a fricking computer and then got the rejection notice three months later. Let me talk to a god damn human being

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >The only jobs willing to respond are retail/fast food
    haha
    good joke anon
    very funny haha

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      U wanna work at McDonalds

      I felt that same way not too long ago

      When i graduated with a bachelors in psychology i applied literally everywhere. I even applied to jobs not necessarily connected to psychology but none would respond. The only ones that did where incredibly shitty jobs like standing out in the sun for marketing type shit. It was a depressing time for sure.

      Eventually i was able to get into a job i had no idea existed that its actually tolerable for me.

      Truth is i dont doubt most new people only get jobs through connections. I overhear normies talking about their connections all the time and no doubt they will skip ahead of the incel about to rope. What i advice you to do is to for one keep a cool head and dont get depressed, understand this shit happens. Two, think outside the box a bit. Maybe widen your search some more. Third, even if you can only find an awful entry level position it can still be useful because it allows you to get access to people who have been doing this forever and know whats up.

      I've been applying for jobs since February anon and no one is responding and if they do they will make me go through 2 rounds of interviews then just ghost me .

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No i dont want to work in fast food, although if given the opportunity i would see who the coworkers are in case there is an impressionable 18 year old i can snatch but other than that hell no

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I felt that same way not too long ago

    When i graduated with a bachelors in psychology i applied literally everywhere. I even applied to jobs not necessarily connected to psychology but none would respond. The only ones that did where incredibly shitty jobs like standing out in the sun for marketing type shit. It was a depressing time for sure.

    Eventually i was able to get into a job i had no idea existed that its actually tolerable for me.

    Truth is i dont doubt most new people only get jobs through connections. I overhear normies talking about their connections all the time and no doubt they will skip ahead of the incel about to rope. What i advice you to do is to for one keep a cool head and dont get depressed, understand this shit happens. Two, think outside the box a bit. Maybe widen your search some more. Third, even if you can only find an awful entry level position it can still be useful because it allows you to get access to people who have been doing this forever and know whats up.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You talk very well as a useless psychologist. Why don't you do your own job?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        A bachelors in psychology is a meme degree but i didnt know that at the time like many other college kids. To really even start doing anything in the field with psychology you need a masters and i just didnt wanted to put things up to chance again.

        I got into behavioral analytical stuff and its pretty much where its at right now. They pay a lot of money to take care of autistic children and the field is only growing thanks to kids developing autism thanks to goyslop and brainrot. You ever seen the tiktok format of the content on top but in the bottom subway surfers?

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    have you maybe, oh i dont know, tried actually walking into the fricking place and asking for a manager then telling them you'd like to apply? it's really not that fricking hard you just have to do it like its the prehistoric days of 20 years ago and talk to a real human. Every job I applied for hired me solely off of the fact that I would apply in person and come back after 3 days to see how the application was going along. Literally all you have to do is print a professional resume and talk to someone in person at the place you apply to, then actually follow up with the initial application. they value people that follow up with the firrst application and show up and come back afterwards it means that you actually care about the job (even if you dont, fake it till you make it)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks, Grandpa. I'll get right on that.

      Fricking boomers man. I swear to fricking god.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        im literally 21 you're just too socially awkward to talk to people. if your really cant talk to another human either consider therapy or taking a few shots before talking to someone, unironically alcohol makes it easier to talk to anyone in general if you arent a fricking weirdo.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        He's right though.
        >apply online 500 times
        >perma ghosted
        >walk into some place with a "now hiring" sign on the door and no website
        >instant interview with the manager, start work next monday

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Places with Now Hiring signs are shit tier jobs most of the time where you might as well just keep NEETing instead of wageslaving for the poverty income they offer

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I know boomers are fricking moronic, because they think you can go to Intel, have a firm handshake, eye contact, and get the job. But it works on small to mid scale businesses.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I did this to every place in walking distance (I don't have a care) and either got ghosted or they made me apply online with a resume through email (which I still got ghosted)

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >care
        I meant car

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you mother frickers think getting no responses is terrible, but what's even worse than applying and getting no responses, is going in countless interviews and getting ghosted in all of them and i do mean all of them, this is not only discouraging, but it made me suicidal, because i genuinely been trying for a entire decade

    i don't about the degenerate anons who is gonna try to blame me, it's NOT my fricking fault i keep getting ghosted in countless interviews with absolute no responses, and i don't regret giving up either, there is no point in keep trying

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I can give you a tried and tested advice on this. Look for those job adverts online, and then go to the actual place in person instead of applying online. If it's a small to mid scale business, there is a chance you'll see the boss right away. At that point, if you unironically go firm handshake and talk like an all right chap, you'll get the job.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Thats because you aren't applying for real jobs OP.

    Big companies post fake jobs all the time because they need applicants to reject before they can hire a poojeet on a H1B visa. Some companies have to have so many outside applicants before they promote from within. Some companies just post them so that way they can hide their decline from their investors.

    Don't feel bad. You're not alone. If you ask the government the unemployment rate is less than 5% right now. If you account for the number of people who the government refuses to count, like the homeless and people who have just given up it's actually close to 25% of the US.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/job-openings-fake-listings-ads-federal-reserve-jolts/
    https://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/unemployment-charts

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is good to hear as a foreigner, I'm coming to work on your country burger san 🙂

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I got into two relationships from dating apps whereas no woman has ever shown any interest in me in real life

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you have to attend job fairs and conventions for whatever career you'd like to work in. my extroverted friend literally got 130k/year big tech job by doing stuff in person as much as possible. also, always lie about your experience but make sure you can answer any relevant questions that may come up in interviews

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I lost count of how many resumes and filled out applications I sent out.
    Never got a job from indeed or glass door. frick both of those websites.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Its just as bad to be stuck in a job you fricking hate and looking for a new one but same thing, no fricking responses despite having actual experience. I work as a software engineer remotely but i still want to kms because the work is shit and our management is extremely demanding and micromanages us, not to mention the project im working on is extremely uninteresting. So i have to work this shit job to pay the bills but also look for a new one in the little spare time i have (i end up working overtime most days) AND try to get certifications to have a better chance of getting a new job.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    most solid advice i've read here is going to a local business and talking to the mgr there. this approach doesn't work with larger businesses.

    you could always try inspections. there's companies out there that will pay you to drive around and take photographs of properties from the street, and you answer surveys like how many cars in the driveway, are the windows boarded up, etc. pays like $10-20 a house depending.

    i love my career, but if i had to live life over again and couldn't pick what i do, i think i'd have gone to automotive school, trucking school, or try and swing into flying cargo planes. maybe try looking into those things?

    only you know what you do (or dont) like.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    for some people the search, if you will, is more real than the job. there is an entire industry dedicated to the search.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i just got an email back from a general manager for an Electrical Technician role. The job description said 2 yr diploma and 1-2 yrs experience.
    The email was polite but said I don't have the right experience for the role. Even though this is a step in the right direction and I should expect rejection, I felt like dying.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      reply to the e-mail and ask if they know where you can start as far as getting your foot in the door. chances are they know competitors or other businesses with less stringent hiring guidelines.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I emailed them asking if they anticipated any openings in the near future - no reply yet. I feel as though asking them to direct me to another company would be an odd thing to do, but I don't have anything to lose.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you're white you're going to have a hard time getting a job at any American company due to DEI requirements and HR political bias. If you are anything but white you can get a job

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Im black anon and I never had any of this DEI work out for me

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >get the stem/business/law degree
        >mark black on the race selection on the application
        >write a sob story about da struggle in your cover letter
        >actually know your shit and be able to answer questions about your chosen field, but also insinuate the company is racist if they don't hire you in every interview
        >???
        >profit?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Im black anon and I never had any of this DEI work out for me

          Literally how, have you never applied to a company with an HR department?

          if u think life is that easy go write urslef of ass black and see if u get any responses

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Im black anon and I never had any of this DEI work out for me

        Literally how, have you never applied to a company with an HR department?

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Job hunting is actually much easier. You can research roles that interest you and shape yourself to meet the requirements over time. Effort put into professional development and market research yields much more direct results than the equivalent in dating.

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The popularity of that lame pic highlights how you don't even like the idea of having sex but still see it as some sort of ultimate goal. Incels are just incoherent children.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Aint that ultimately just a goal anyway? Not only is our goal as organisms to reproduce but in society ultimate happiness is achieved when everything is going right be it money or relationships. Everyone talks about sex, its everywhere.

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