NEETs, on what condition would you become a wagekek?
We know you wouldn't work 40 hours per week at $8/hr but what about 12 hours a week at $35/hour?
>No amount of money is going to make me waste this much time on something I don't enjoy for someone I don't care about.
So you wouldn't work for 4 hours a week at $120/hr? Even for simple data entry or other cushy job.
I stopped being a NEET for a 37.5 hour week job where I'm paid around 25/hr before taxes. It's an office job where I don't have to do very much and I get a nice amount of light and pleasant social interaction without having to put in any effort. There's also regularly free food and I get paid to go on nice walks to nearby buildings. If I had to choose between minimum wage and NEET life I'd choose NEET life, but I feel like this cushy job actually makes me happier and more distracted from my mental illnesses.
>NEETs, on what condition would you become a wagekek?
That someone would hire me to do a job and pay me in money.
>We know you wouldn't work 40 hours per week at $8/hr but what about 12 hours a week at $35/hour?
Ether little enough that I keep my SSI benefits
Or enough to make up for me losing my benefits.
I work 60 hours a week for $52/hour in Alaska during the summers. Make about 45-50k in 4 months and then NEET it up for the next 8 months. It's pretty comfy. I enjoy the cycle.
Construction laborer. The contractor I work for does groundwork. I install/repair anything below ground such as storm drains, sewer pipes, water mains, fire hydrants, etc. The work season is so short up there because the ground stays frozen well into the Spring and re-freezes in early Fall, so we have to squeeze a lot of work into a short period of about 4 months. After the season ends in early October I NEET in Colorado until the next May, doing nothing but getting stoned and playing vidya 12+ hours a day