What jobs are the easiest to apply for?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Jax Petty



What jobs are the easiest to apply for?

Be dad.

Literally no qualification, certification or testing is required.

Now some will say that the interview necessary to find a consenting spouse makes it difficult, but even that can be made easier, NOT circumvented, with the proper and legal application of an alcoholic beverage or two (any more would lead us into illegal territory) and there is literally many establishments (aka bars) designed to offer just that.

The sad thing is, it's SO difficult a "job" and you can't quit if you don't like it. Plus it's REALLY hard work for 5-6 years and then VERY HARD for the

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Be dad.

Literally no qualification, certification or testing is required.

Now some will say that the interview necessary to find a consenting spouse makes it difficult, but even that can be made easier, NOT circumvented, with the proper and legal application of an alcoholic beverage or two (any more would lead us into illegal territory) and there is literally many establishments (aka bars) designed to offer just that.

The sad thing is, it's SO difficult a "job" and you can't quit if you don't like it. Plus, it's REALLY hard work for 5 to 6 years and then VERY HARD for the next 12 to 16 years and then pretty much continues throughout your life.

Add to that fact that there is no monetary compensation; in fact, YOU have to pay for accepting that 'job' for the first 18-21 years. If you are lucky, you can share the work with your partner and better luck if that partner contributes to the monetary maintenance of that job. If you are very lucky that those in your lineage and your partner who had this job before you start helping you with some of those duties and giving you breaks from this `` job '', but that only works if you live reasonably close from them. . This is not a very good kind of remote work "job".

The last thing I would say about this 'easy to get' 'job' is that it also affects your ability to land a second job, you know the one that would really pay you back monetarily, as this 'job' is almost 24x7.

So yeah, the easiest job to get, probably the best job in the world, and as a result, ~ 90% (What percentage of people become parents?) Of the people in the world get this job.

I'm sad to see your application because you apply for the easiest job to apply for. Why would you want that job?

Remember that easier work does not bring you glory. The easiest job pays the least amount of money. It is the first job to be eliminated when times get tough.

If there is no glory in your work, there will be no satisfaction either.

In my opinion, if I were hired, I would rather get the best job available. The salary would be higher. You would know that you would earn that salary by being a true contributor. If I was a collaborator, I know they wouldn't want to lose me

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I'm sad to see your application because you apply for the easiest job to apply for. Why would you want that job?

Remember that easier work does not bring you glory. The easiest job pays the least amount of money. It is the first job to be eliminated when times get tough.

If there is no glory in your work, there will be no satisfaction either.

In my opinion, if I were hired, I would rather get the best job available. The salary would be higher. You would know that you would earn that salary by being a true contributor. If I were a contributor, I know they wouldn't want to lose me, so they would do their best to keep me working.

Most importantly, I would have the satisfaction of knowing that my efforts made a real difference to the people I worked with, to our company, and perhaps to the community in which we live.

Please don't settle for the easiest job available because anyone is good enough for that job. I want the job that is hardest to earn and hardest to keep. That is the job I would be most proud to get and keep. I would never want less, and neither should you.

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