There's nothing wrong with crying, guys, crying doesn't make you any less of a man. Take me, I cry all the time. Mostly because I don't believe my own lies.
My Twitter feed have been called "A must follow for everyone with a pulse", "The funniest thing on twitter you'll be likely to find." and "Sorry guys, I've been talking about the wrong person this whole time, my mistake."
being an artist can be hard. i dont even sell my art or stuff like that, but just the process of figuring out what you want to draw can be a pain in the butt. and sometimes i happen to get inspiration block.
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That happened to my dad a lot while he was looking for a job. It's a horrible practice, and just soo unprofessional. I'd never want to work for a company that would treat future potential employees like that.
He DID find a job, but he hates it, since it doesn't pay nearly as much as his last one, and all of his colleagues are waaay younger than him. Oh well, he was unemployed for 2 years so I suppose this better than nothing. Thanks though
I know, it really sucks that when you get older, people won't hire you that much, usually because of experience. I seriously hate my dad's last company though. He worked there for around 13 years, never got a promotion, was reduced to a little cubby to work in, and was fired when they wanted more room to hire younger people.
I think it's more likely to happen if you work in the technological areas, since the employees might think that, because your so old, you might not be familiar with certain types of technology.
I suggest your dad keep trying to look, he might end up getting a job. And maybe try what my dad's going to try (since he hates his job, he's thinking of quitting after 5 or so months so that he can show on his resume that he's recently been employed).
Wow that really sucks, that sounds like a horrible company :/ . Likewise, my dad's an engineer who works with phones, and won't work at a different job, since he likes working with phones.
I'd love to say "screw those companies, I wouldn't want to work for them anyways!", but with today's economy and lack of employment, it's hard enough just finding a job that requires the skills you trained for (versus working at a job that involves something like catering), you know? I wouldn't want to go through 4-6 years of education just to become a waitress (no offence to waitresses).
Sometimes, people are meant to be successful. Sometimes, people are subjective. Sometimes art is to be celebrated always, and in other times it's only to be successful in the death of the artist. Then, sometimes, the world of humanity just sucks.