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HOW2 GET GUD Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 22:23:21 [Preview] No. 220
What's a thing that makes money and doesn't require a 4 year degree I can't afford


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 22:28:59 [Preview] No. 221 del
A job.

Manual labour.


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 22:35:04 [Preview] No. 222 del
>>221
I tried that once. I earned US$10/hr for wiping old retarded people's arses. I'd like to try something different.


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 22:55:57 [Preview] No. 224 del
>>223
Hm breddy good. I guess I'll put all my old shitposts in a blog and then try to teach myself a skill that doesn't piss the shit out of me


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 23:16:19 [Preview] No. 225 del
Work a shit job while doing an apprenticeship for 2 years, get some experience in the field and start a business in a town that has experience moderate population growth. not hard fam


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 23:19:21 [Preview] No. 226 del
>>225
if this sounds too hard for your pussy self it's because you were lazy during a vital time in your life (teenage years). If you took action then you probably would already be a home owner. For maximum profit realize that the anime is rotting your brain and the video games are a massive time waster.


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 23:35:31 [Preview] No. 227 del
>>226
I don't watch anime. Anyway you massively overestimate people's agency in their youth: without fail, every single successful person I know either followed their parents' advice for a career, or simply did the same thing as their parent/s.

tl;dr don't be a cunt

>>226
I'm ineligible for an apprenticeship because I've already done a shitty useless degree. I'd be more employable if I'd went to prison, instead.

I'll just teach myself, shud b laff


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 23:42:24 [Preview] No. 228 del
>>227
How does having a degree make you ineligible for an apprenticeship?


Anonymous 05/12/2016 (Thu) 23:48:43 [Preview] No. 230 del


Anonymous 05/16/2016 (Mon) 19:28:49 [Preview] No. 241 del
>>226

I don't watch anime, and I don't play games. I spent my teenage years trying to get a job, but never landed one. The school preached far and low that if we went to College/University employers would be begging us to work for them, which obviously never happened.

TL;DR: You're fucking delusional.

>>225

You make the erroneous assumption that people can even get that kind of a job.

I took a look into apprenticeships and it's all shit I can do.

Yeah I'm fucked.


Anonymous 05/16/2016 (Mon) 21:29:56 [Preview] No. 242 del
There's no easy option. Low paying jobs like McDonald's don't require a degree. It doesn't take a degree to become an entrepreneur. If you don't have any valuable skills this isn't really an option. I don't think drug dealers need a degree either.


Anonymous 06/04/2016 (Sat) 01:20:47 [Preview] No. 243 del
BUY BITCOIN

SELL ~$3000

THANK ME LATER


Anonymous 02/10/2017 (Fri) 19:47:35 [Preview] No. 278 del
>>220
Arts. If you can tolerate the Joollywood, ofc. And if you can produce anything.
Les belles lettres require only a calculator with word processor on it. Music can be produced with pirated software and/or quite affordable instruments. One instrument is enough for months, if not years.
Painting is trickier, good paints can bite the wallet.
Aaand thats it. Other arts require more people and/or way more money an individual can scrub.


Anonymous 09/05/2017 (Tue) 02:49:55 [Preview] No. 295 del
hard work


Anonymous 04/03/2018 (Tue) 05:20:04 [Preview] No.508 del
It's called trade schools, anon. Trade schools are cheap - unlike college rackets - and they actually teach you skills you need to know for a job. If you want to be an electrician or plumber or welder or mechanic this would be right up your ally.


Anonymous 04/04/2018 (Wed) 16:18:48 [Preview] No.664 del
>>243
Whoa talk about good advice. I saw this post on the overboard around the time it was posted yet I never bought bitcoin. I am regretting not taking this advice though it would have been a hell of a ride keeping up with the price and all of that. I wonder if its worthwhile to try and use scripts to mine crypto from the cloud etc like with https://github.com/arnaucode/coffeeMiner?


Anonymous 04/04/2018 (Wed) 16:42:43 [Preview] No.671 del
Getting a job is a start. You can also make money simply by saving money. Although you must factor in inflation over the years, so slow prepping as you save is also a good investment and can mitigate the threat of long-term price inflation.

Some good ways to save money: 1) Do not go to college its too expensive (the student loan racket is horrific) instead go to a cheap trade school and learn some skills you would need for certain jobs. 2) Cancel cable TV and either get a stream box or use DVDs to watch stuff (its much cheaper). 3) Cancel the bill to your phone line and "smartphone", get a cheap old-fashion flip phone or jitterbug for just a small fraction of the cost. 4) Get an old used mechanical vehicle, fix it up and learn how to maintain it. Much cheaper than buying a new vehicle and going into debt. 5) Learn how to cook, believe it or not this will save you money overtime. You can prepare dishes for much cheaper than you'd pay at restaurants.



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