There's no fucking escape from this life. I hate this. Existence shouldn't be this fucking unpleasant, but it is.
Do you have a job?
First job out of college I got was selling insurance. I got hired on three months ago and its going horribly.
There are three people who work in the office (myself included) and a part time receptionist.
The other two main people are my 60 year old boss and his 60 year old cunt of a wife. She makes my life miserable.
I called in sick to work today so I could interview at another position. The job I'm interviewing for is in the tallest skyscraper in my city (just under a thousand feet).
If nothing else that'll be really cool- currently I'm working out of a shitty little strip mall. The pay should also be better and I'd be working with multiple people so even if one is shitty I won't have to deal exclusively with that one like I do now with my current set up.
Sorry if I'm rambling, I don't think this had much to do with your original post other than the fact that you're not alone and I also dread going in to work every day (assuming you're not NEET).
I guess you could also try to make a career change?
Might be cool. Maybe working with other people just isn't your thing.
If the cool skyscraper job doesn't work out I think I might just quit anyways and freelance for a while.
I saw a craigslist posting a little while back for online paper grading.
Essentially if you can send the company your transcripts they'll send you highschool essays which you can provide feedback on for money. Stuff like that. There're a lot of different things you can do online for money and as time goes by and you get better you can always branch out, acquire a skill and maybe start your own online business.
Idk, just thoughts.
>graduated uni 3 years ago
>have been unemployed for 2 of those years
>mfw everyone I meet asks me if I have a job yet
A tiny insurance agency sales gig.
Fair warning to all robots- do not go into sales. Yes there's good money in it but it comes at the expense of scamming normies with charm and charisma (neither of which I possess).
It's not worth it.
It's just not worth it.
>Tfw only graduated highschool
>didn't do anything ever since
Did I miss out on anything good by not going to college?, I tried to go into the military only to get permantly disqualified, feels bad man
>he fell for the college meme
Shake my head, family.
College has opened a lot of doors for me even as a Political Science major.
And I have plenty of friends from highschool who went the STEM route and are now getting 60-80k starting gigs (to be fair these guys are crazy smart and a cut above your average stemfag).
But it really depends on the individual. Nothing in life is guaranteed and there are more than a few college grads who'd have been better off not going at all.
I have friends who are in similar situations
>friends brother goes to great school
>gets degree in physics
>does nothing with it
>in his 30's doing nothing except working for the family business
>parents want him to leave but he has no ambition at all
>friend goes to art school (kek)
>gets kek degree
>currently looking for wagekek tier jobs
>slowly losing ambition and has a fuckton of student debt
>he didn't get a degree in a profitable field with moderate job security and decent chances of employment
tf are you doing???