What's worse job hunting or the job?
Every aspect of job hunting sucks. First, there's the resume, you have to remember all the shit you did. And the result, it brought to the company. But you can't just list it. You have to dress it up with fancy words so that their robot will pick you. Right. How am I supposed to know what words to use for their fancy robot. How am I. Every aspect of job hunting sucks. First, there's the resume, you have to remember all this shit you did, and the value brought to the company. But you can't just list it, you have to dress it up with fancy words so that their robot will pick you. How am I supposed to know what words to use for their robot. Why does a robot, get to decide who is good enough. I think society should avoid letting a robot make decisions, because that can only end badly. Then, once the robot picks you, um, there's the interviews, and they always ask such stupid questions like, Where do you see yourself in five years in COVID times, you know, that's a stupid question, because I bet no one said, five years ago, you know, wearing a mask to the grocery store. So, clearly, we can't predict the future very well. So don't ask that question asked me what my favorite flavor of ice cream is instead. That's a better question. So, after all these dumb ass interviews, you get the job. Now, you have to pretend like you actually want to be there, which is the hardest part of job hunting or working in general, because you have to do that, you have to do that for eight hours a day, five days a week. Why do people like to act like they enjoy work. We all would be doing something else if we had the opportunity right like going to the beach or, I don't know, going for a walk or or something else that's not work. If that wasn't true, then, you know, these companies wouldn't need to pay us to do the work. Why not acknowledge that fact that no one wants to be at work. It would make work better for everyone there if we all just let people know like hey, I don't want to be here. I'd rather be at the beach, I'd rather be riding a bike. Everyone else would enjoy work more.