Has anything been written on this? First we grow up in school being told we can do anything if we set our mind to it. Then we actually get to the point to land a job. Hundreds of applications, hundreds of rejections. All our self-confidence, our belief in our own value, is destroyed. And then at the end the wagie is so thankful to not be starving and stinking and freezing in the street, that they except the 8-to-5 soul crushing grind of modernity.
The Job Search as Ritualistic Humiliation in Society
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Just keep sending those larp applications anon, i'm sure one will land eventually. Don't care if u get caught in a lie, smile because it happened and you learned something new.
I've learned not to bother updating my application.
>All our self-confidence, our belief in our own value, is destroyed.
That's crazy, normally when I get rejected i just forget about it and try again
> That's crazy, normally when I get rejected i just forget about it and try again
You do that hundreds and hundreds of times, spending hours establishing profiles, uploading resumes, cover letters, getting rejections, strings out for interviews so HR departments can conduct minimum numbers of interviews so they can hire the shitskin they’ve already got picked out, and it all just rolls off you like water, huh?
Nice post, moshe
I have applied to 163 jobs this year I received 2 calls and made it to a 3rd onsite interview and plant tour, have yet to receive any offers. I am chem engineer with 14 years experience and masters
masters in physics/math with engineering background here
easily over a thousand applications submitted and I've had 2 interviews. it doesnt help that the companies also take like 2 months to do background checks.
i dont see it as that personally, its more the workers/managers who treat the new people like shit
my manager was two faced from day one, i could explain every detail about my warehouse job in 2 mins, why did it take me more than 2 weeks?
the bitch didn't tell me all the small details i needed to know, then i got soo good at the job, they tried to plant a shank on me, so i left, narcissists are gonna burn this country.
they were all black too
> Hundreds of applications, hundreds of rejections. All our self-confidence, our belief in our own value, is destroyed.
Recently graduated, White and male, anon?
>IM JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOB SEARCHING
I'm just not gonna do it (work)
based neet. So sick of these poors complaining about their cages
The industrial revolution and its consequences etc...
Just state that you are gay and you suck dick and take it up the ass and all the injustices in the world happen to you. They will make you the president of United States of America.
>Hundreds of applications, hundreds of rejections
ha ha what?
t. rajesh kunesh MD
memeflag checks out.
> ha ha what?
Yeah, that’s the experience White men have trying to get any kind of entry into many, many fields.
sucks to be a white man then
my wife is white though, alas nobody is perfect
i wouldn't call it "humiliation ritual" since humiliation rituals, by definition, have to be public and visible. pic related is a prime example.
but i do agree that there's an element of humiliation involved, especially when you have to write those stupid cover letters. it's just that it's not public facing, hence can't be called a "humiliation ritual"
Tf you mean sitting in a room with 3 strangers isn't public? Being brought out like cattle to show off the new training bay, everybody clap. This shit is 100% public you dumb gorilla nagger.
It's not in front of a crowd, but it's public by nature of being systematized.
how the fuck did boomers afford a wife, 3 children, 3 bedroom suburban house, car and retirement savings on a piece of shit mcjob???
When boomers began entering the workforce and came of age, the dollar was still backed by gold and silver. In 1972, the fiat dollar was introduced. Productivity of the American worker has only increased massively in the time since, while real wages have steadily eroded.
>Productivity of the American worker has only increased
Is there any real evidence of this? Technology has increased productivity by a huge proportion but I don't see anything suggesting that actual productive human output has increased. I'd be willing to wager that it has declined substantially
they lived in a relatively stable society where the economy worked for everyone.
>The Job Search as Ritualistic Humiliation in Soc
I am already doing this on a piece of shit factory technician job. I don't know man, spend your money wiser. I'm only 30.
New cars were $4000. They didn’t have to compete with spics for low wages. Wages compared to prices/inflation was nowhere as shitty.
Yes exactly and I refuse to participate in this. It was upon realizing that and then seeing the results of covid that I decided to pursue entrepreneurship
>I have decided to persue entrepreneurship.
I too have thought about dealing crack.
Imagine trying to do anything other than sit on 4chin shitposting. Ngmi
What kind of education do you have, or how autistic are you that this is a problem you are having?
It took me literally no effort to get a job. I was still doing my BSc, asked a prof if i could do my final thesis with him. He gave me some lab work and a month later offered me a part time job. Things grew from there. But i have several other opportunities too, largest problem is deciding where to work.
And it's not just me, of all the people i know, only one is having trouble getting a job, and that's because he's too picky, and won't take entry level jobs despite being fresh out of flimschool.
what year did you start working
>First we grow up in school being told we can do anything if we set our mind to it.
That's the problem
Just lie retard its not illegal and 3/4s of the time they dont do any followup
You can counter it by simply not giving a fuck. I cant tell you how many jobs ive had. I just get bored and leave, sometimes getting a call with a raise offer to come back
yeah, same pretty much. ive been waging at an entertainment venue for about 5 months, busted my ass for no damn reason, never got so much as a thank you, always covered for people's shifts when they ask me, but when I want a day off to see my visiting family, nobody will throw me a bone. Part of me goes into panic "oh shit im super fucked mode" then I remember they don't actually own me and I can do whatever I want. I wasted 5 months earning very little money, my parents just want me to keep a job to save money while i apply for jobs relating to my degree, but so far I've only managed to save about $1500 (a month's rent) There are people living with their parents still living paycheck to paycheck. My back is against the wall and I might just start selling cars (The Rochefort Technique)
Much of the problem is that highschool/college does not teach you how to write a cover letter/resume that appeals to software. I had the same problem you did early in life until I realized that you need to make your resume as easily parsable as possible with the right key words for software you rank you highly enough to get seen by human eyes.
The advice and wisdom about how to apply to jobs is 10+ years behind the curb. IT replaced the software HR used in the 2010s and you are still using best practices from 2000.
Nice anime teeth homosexual
This is likely it. I have never had a difficult time finding a job.
>you're not qualified for this entry level position due to lack of experience
THEN HOW DO I GAIN EXPERIENCE
I JUST SPENT 4 YEARS PAYING TO LEARN THIS SHIT YOU nagger
>Then we actually get to the point to land a job. Hundreds of applications, hundreds of rejections. All our self-confidence, our belief in our own value, is destroyed.
There is a solution to the problem: don't play their game.
Now I recently got my degree and looking for a job in my field was a soul-crushing experience to say the least. Every time I looked at listing I felt completely worthless, because that's what the listings told me. I didn't have anything they wanted and no reasonable way to attain it. Writing an application felt like a complete waste of time and if I did the best I could hope for was an automated response. I was never going to make it, nobody wanted me and I was a complete failure in life.
But I had to make money somehow. So I went back to a job I had years ago in elderly care. And you know what? I actually feel appreciated. Sure it doesn't pay well, and you have to do literal shit work at times, and it sure as hell doesn't impress the ladies. But the old people like me, they tell me they're happy when I'm the one that comes to visit them for a while, and that feels pretty good.
It's "accept" you retard.
it's actually axe happed
>When employers expect you to take a 100 question ~~*personality test*~~ for a sub $50k job
>When employers expect you to take the jab for a remote job
>apply to two different pizza delivery driver jobs
>got accepted for both
>take the better one
>ignore everything my bosses tell me
>tell my bosses to go fuck themselves because they need me more than I need them
>make one manager homosexual quit ans go to another pizza place out of embarrassment
>eventually get bored and quit
Lmao it like that if u white. And u deserve it too.