I've worked 50 hours this week.

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  1. J Keeper

    J Keeper Super Jesus

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    And it's not even Thursday.

    Note to you mofos.

    Get a skill. Never stop learning. Prove you are useful.

    Skills are recession proof.

    I'm gonna die for the next six hours.

    Buenos noches.
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  2. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    mmmmm nachos

    and wheres the pictures of butts?
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  3. J Keeper

    J Keeper Super Jesus

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  4. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    that will do.

    enjoy those 6 hours
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  5. Superman70

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    skills aren't recession proof
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    Words to live by.. Damned be the day when a person doesn't learn anything new..
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  7. Little Yeezus

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    50/week = Official slave status reached

    What type of money does 50hours even bring in
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  8. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    if he was making $1 /hr, a 50 hr week would net him 50 bucks before taxes.
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  9. Little Yeezus

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    ^Dead.
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  10. P. Chase

    P. Chase Well-Known Member

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    That's cool, that's full time

    After Christmas in January when I get a job it's just gonna be a part time joint like 20 hours a week.
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  11. J Keeper

    J Keeper Super Jesus

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    Yes they are.
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  12. J Keeper

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    More money that I can keep track of at this point.

    It would be slave status if I hated the job.

    And didn't choose to do it.

    I could say no easily.
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  13. zyclon B gas

    zyclon B gas sososerious

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    shit during school year i'm at 12 hours a day straight for 6 days. fuck yo 50 hours i can't wait to have a somewhat normal schedule for the next month.
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  14. Nu'maaN

    Nu'maaN Anu'naki, Nuqqa.

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    i don't agree with this.

    when the recession hit, alot of skillful cunts were out of work regardless.

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  15. zyclon B gas

    zyclon B gas sososerious

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    mercs are always needed.

    if you have a military, mechanical, technical or vehicular background, you're pretty much recession proof
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  16. J Keeper

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    Like what skill.
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  17. Superman70

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    like some skills.
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  18. Nu'maaN

    Nu'maaN Anu'naki, Nuqqa.

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    don't know if you're trolling man.

    you already forgot how hard it was to find a job during recession?

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  19. J Keeper

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    Not for people with skills.
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  20. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    well thats not exactly true, but i think you are right for the most part

    Drywallers for one example. Electricians... the problem was that people stopped building, or atleast its slowed down. House and apartment/condo building is a huge chunk of the construction industry(atleast it Alberta, canada) and when the recession hit nobody was building... the investments slowed down.

    but that being said I was laid off from a studio job doing graphics and editing video and shit and ended up in the trades doing concrete. So yeah you could say that some trades still had jobs to fill, but mostly with small companies not the bigtime companies.... One of our laborers for a few months was a financial planner who was laid off. He went from 80k+/yr to working hard labor for $18/hr with 20yr olds bossing him around.... so yeah the trades still had more jobs than other lines of work. But it wasnt recession proof. The bigger companies still had to lay a bunch of guys off. And not everyone can do trades... we need people to do those other jobs.

    the recession had half the world laid off lol.
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