>>25828435 Who /Easy work/ here? Working for the German version of Home Depot, some customers suck, but pay is decent, I can do it while studying and my boss is a super nice young qt3,141. Feels good, bruh.
>>25829205 Look for inbound jobs. There are some decent outbound jobs but they are really rare. I am not the biggest pro concerning murican companies, but I think insurances and hardware chains pay good.
>>25829259 Yeah I was close to getting hired at a supermarket chain at a pretty good wage but I didn't get it so Im just going to look around. Although I might try to apply to work at universities around here as like an office worker in admissions or something.
I worked at a nike call center for 6 months. Had to Google sports things to make small talk with niggers since they bitched at me for talking too fast.
I went Fucking stir crazy sitting at a desk all day and night talking to niggers about their shoes that wouldn't be delivered in time for their kids birthday. Best customer was an old guy with brain damage who owned all nike shit and I would randomly talk to once every few weeks.
fairly miserable, unfullfilled. I work in a IT Help Desk for a hosptial system, shit kind of sucks I take about 40-50 calls day. Luckily I make decent money, 19/hr with benefits for fairy easy but stressful/repetitive work. I've been at it for about six months, nine months at a previous service desk job made 14/hr but with like only twenty calls a day at most.
Can any anons give me advice for potential call center job? Lie on resume? Do I have to make sales to keep the job? How do I make these sales? Should I try for customer service? I can generally keep a cool head if it means sitting around handling phone calls all day, zoning out would be easy.
I've always known I was different, just wish I had professional help from early on, my parents kept me out of special ed because they didn't want me branded like that.
My dream was at first to be a doctor helping people around the world, working on a Navy ship like the USS Mercy
Then it was to be a Statistician, or Mathmatician of sorts, physics maybe.
Then in an attempt to gain respect, I took up boxing. Only came out hurt and broken.
Then I tried painting and ran away from music since I was bullied by band/teacher (he didn't mean it but didn't realize I was autistic as fuck, he just kind of laughed with me not necessarily at me, like I would do something stupid and he would go "haha, come on anon, like this, don't do this")
Then I went to Uni had a mental break down family is poor and expected me to save them by becoming rich valedictorian, loony bin, etc, now I'm here desperate for work. So don't come to me with talk about dreams because I don't want to remember that pain.
I'll stick to chinese cartoons and shitposting. I still play guitar though...I wanted to be a STEM major so bad, someone respected, someone looked up to, I pretended for so many years, only to burn and realize people patronized me for so long. The day I realized I was an aspie after actual diagnoses, some thought bipolar, it hurt. So bad. That the women I was attracted to thought of me as achild, that the one girl I "loved" who kind of reciprocated thought of me as a child, that everyone did, that everything you've felt and hurt in the eyes of everyone else, meant NOTHING.
So it felt like being less than a person. Tried to kill myself but woke up, luckily no one found out. Drug binges. More poverty. Dropped out twice. 25k+ debt.
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