Re: Something to think about boys
Well, that's odd, I'm right in that 25-30 range. I've never had a problem finding a job.
I have been laid off before and found a job of higher pay with more benefits in less than 96 hours. In the tech industry. During the Dot Com Bust.
My pay has always increased and has never decreased.
I've been married and divorced.
I own a large chunk of land.
I've relocated from the south to the West and now I'm in the Northeast.
I have zero credit card debt.
I come from an average middle class family and nothing has ever been handed to me. I paid my way and havent needed, expected or thought I deserved help.
This writer sounds like all of those slow moving sad sacks I've worked with in the past. Always b!itching that they have it tough but don't do a damn thing to improve the situation. Always thinking that they should be paid more, but are the first out the door at the end of the day. They over spend, under work and sit on their collective @sses.
This story has been around in different variations in every decade. I read about this in the 90s and the 80s. If it isn't India taking jobs, it's China, no wait it's Mexico, no, It's Japan.
You can create excuses and blame others as to why you arent successful or make your own path to success.
You dont have good jobs handed to you. You have to earn them. You have to take the crappy jobs first. The jobs that pay very little with long hours and no time off. You have no experience at first. No proven track record. So I have no sympathy for her or those who think like her.
There are opportunities and untapped markets out there. All it takes is some god [email protected]
which seems to frighten more and more people.