>>25743312 You argued that you would be unhappier if you had to wageslave. This is the exact opposite of what the study implies, indicating you think you are different from the individuals in the study. You think you're special and your NEEThood won't make you sad and have zero evidence to back up your claim.
You're pathetic. You want to take the easiest path through life, and you don't want to admit that it's a path leading to depression and misery.
>>25743234 >implying every neet is rejecting norms of society on purpose >implying there are no neets due to failing in everything they try >implying there's enough jobs for everybody many unemployed people have the tendency to desire spending money, having a high status in society, thinking life is all about working 8h a day and hence, if they don't get any of those, they become unsatisfied with their lifestyle, unhappy in general, so the data in your pic is pretty much to be expected in a turbo capitalist society in which hard working people are glorified and looked up to.
>>25743234 >>25743277 NEETs are not really "unemployed". Generally, an unemployed person wants or needs a job, whereas a NEET doesn't want or need a job. That makes a huge difference.
Personally, I might find more happiness if I somehow got a "good" job, but if I had to work a horrible wageslave job I would certainly be more miserable than I am as a NEET.
Like >>25743254 said, it's all relative. Yes, normies can be happy as wageslaves, but that's because they're normies and for some reason normies can accept being slaves and be "happy" as slaves. Those of us who are aware of how horrible it is could only find more misery from being slaves, not less.
>>25743340 you're concluding that there's a causation when all your images show is a correlation. Does employment make people happy, or are happy people simply more likely to be employed?
even assuming there is a causation, we don't know where it comes from. Are wagekeks happy because they derive innate enjoyment from being employed, or from the fact that society approves of people who are employed?
>>25743848 >Does employment make people happy, or are happy people simply more likely to be employed? Not that guy, but I'd certainly wager that it's the latter. People who get jobs are the people who were normies when they were kids, grew up happy, had friends and connections, had opportunities, etc.
I'm a NEET because I was miserable and abnormal long before I could even get a job, and it's probably the same for most NEETs. You don't choose the NEET life, the NEET life chooses you.
>implying the small bars aren't comprised of individuals that could be on this board right now for all we know >implying miserable people would be happier, rather than more miserable, if only they agreed to spending more than half their awake hours putting up with other people's bullshit for some measly amount of money >implying the negative impact of unemployment is because of muh value to society, rather than social stigma and lack of money
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