Make one super great game and rent out properties with the proceeds, live in one of the houses and make manga, animations, music, and learn languages, science, math, more programming, etc. Also work out 5 days a week
>I guess i'm just lazy.
That's my dilemma too. I want so badly to have a career where I stay inside sit on my ass and do nothing but I'm pulled towards shitposting because I lack mental self-discipline.
Take time to develop it, beats wagecucking for someone else.
i live with neetbux but occasionally i do original papers for money on philosophy, literature, societal science and whatnot for high school normies who cant be bothered doing one themselves.
glad they cant outsource this to india because it needs to be fluent finnish
>tfw NEET who leeches off of single-mum and her cuck bf
freelancing is almost entirely globalized so if you're american you'll usually be getting less than minimum wage
once you build up a clientbase and get specifically requested by people who want work done, you start making a lot more money doing the same amount of work
t. 5-star textbrokercuck
My parents are divorced too
>tfw free food out of guilt
You were so busy checking you forgot to roll quads!
this OP, I'm an accountant, make 6 figures, and rarely have to interact with humans
I'm desperately lonely and miserable, but at least I have enough money
that's retarded, the only reason undertale exploded was toby fox already being sociable and outgoing on the internet AND best friends forever with internet celebrities/meme comics like gigidigi and homestuck
I thought you guys made 42k annually
>Put game on steam
>game is dank
>people spread the word
Anyone here know if biochemical engineer was a good choice?
Are there any jobs where you don't have to interact with anyone or very minimal contact with others?
I make a relatively good amount of money from sports gambling (like a few thousand per year), but it's obviously not enough to live on long term.
>Web Development (I do, do it freelance, it's good for a while)
>What he said, I also do that, its great money, majority of the money I make is from deep web skrubs who wants sum hacked FaceBook accounts.
I'd summarise with 'Anything tech related', with the exception being a network admin, which is shit, and you have to deal with fucking retarded fuck fucks all the time.
If you want to have a really good work environment, with generally alot of cool people, (in my opinion, of course) go with audio/lighting production, (speaking from experience).
advertise on craigslist toward college students. i would only do this type of thing for freshman/sophomore year students though but depending on the college, even junior/senior writing assignments can be cake
>>Web Development (I do, do it freelance, it's good for a while)
Not really looking to freelance, plus not really my skillset (accounting bachelors here).
Last year I bought in a profit of a little under $4k.
I go on a sports gambling website, transfer funds from my savings and place various bets on NHL, MLB and NFL games throughout the year (I don't follow NBA so I'm not comfortable betting on those games). Fortunately I know a lot about sports and generally make good bets. I could also lose a lot of money, but I'm confident in myself.
Note: only bet as much as your willing to lose.
>tfw in my country you can't just be a security guard because they only hire fat old people
I envy you amerifats so much. If I was there I'd be a security guard and shitpost all night and be paid for it. I envy you so fucking much.
I can't really tell you, I work through a starter business. Couple of friends have had success on forums, and other shit like that.
One way, that I'm sure, (in theory) should work is by visiting random shop's websites, and if its a shithole, offering to upgrade it. There's still alot of really Windows XP looking websites, if you know what I mean.
There is minimal coding in web design, check out Wordpress theme design, if your good at that shit, you could make hundreds of thousands off one theme