And it's kinda pathetic tbh. I'm 24 with no experience or skills with worsening mental health. By the time I actually can get a job I'm probably gonna have the attention span and social skills of a gnat
You don't have to have experience or skills to get a job. Most places in the midwest just want people that will show up for work on time every day and they will train you for what you need to know. You just have to get out there and give it a try.
For me it's not quite that easy. I'd be fucking thrilled to get the chance to give it a try, but my problem has always been getting past the application stage. I've never even been given an interview before and from when I was 16 to about 19/20 I was constantly applying to places. I'm unfortunately limited on what I can do for a job which is probably why
If you want to get specific in a PM I would be happy to help you if I can. Otherwise I wish you the best in your search. 😊
There's not much help to give that hasn't already been given, unless you have a job for me right now lol. I appreciate that though.
I'm not really sure what you would like to know for specifics
I don't know what that is unfortunately
Ohh, okay. I'm not sure we have that here. I've looked into something similar for some of my sister's psw clients and it wasn't something that I could do
You can do what most ppl are doing these days. Write a book about it.
Paper route when I was 8
Started working on farms at 13
I started as a bank secretary in 1965 when I was seventeen ... two weeks after high school graduation.
News paper boy.
Farming. Backbreaking slogging most unfinancially rewarding job. Only thing worth it was the animals. My first loves.
I was the Chuck E. Cheese's Mouse. I had to go out and wave to people, and then every hour do the famous Chuck E. Cheese's Mouse dance. Thank God my face was hidden.
A work study job on my college campus.