I get out, I meet people- but I have nothing in common with them.
Maybe there is a community and i just don't want to be a part of it, I never had any friends and never really wanted any either.>>340018
In the eyes of the community it seems that if you don't get paid it isn't work.
I lost two jobs in a row asking the boy about underpayments, I started my own business but the local council shut me down, they said I was blocking parking.
My competition came to the meeting, they payed more in rates and were on a first name basis with half the counselors.
At that point I don't want to be a part of that society anymore
I would leave Australia and try to start over someone else but I can't.
I even applied for airline and mining jobs with the plan of going AWOL just to leave this dumpster fire.>>340019
I work for the benefit of the community, elderly people, NEETs, drug addicts.
If we didn't do it then it just wouldn't get done.
The system of grants and private providers just doesn't work, you can't pay people to give a shit about each other.
We don't make a profit, any salary I took would be taking food from the mouths of people even more desperate than I am.>>340020
Fixed rate, but with travel and expenses and shit it doesn't work out to be much.>>340021
Good luck NEET, I would take a warehousing job if I was offered one.
Unfortunately the online shopping thing is seeing warehouses all centeralized, all our stores closed because people buy online- and that warehousing went into cities.
People are being fucking paid to move to my town, the council pays people to shill living here to keep housing prices up.
We can't compete in the jobs market aginst people with city educations and the top 1% of whichever shithole country they came from.
India has a billion people in it and so does China