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>job
>how many hours you work a week
>favorite lift
>how many hours you workout a week

Additionally, how do I get a project manager position in IT that everyone somehow seems to be getting $150k/yr for
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>shitty government attorney
>wfh, so probably 15 hours of actual work per week
>bench
>4 hours in gym, 3-4 hours running per week
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Petroleum engineer
$247k per year for 40 hours a week
Pull-up
Idk probably workout 5 to 6 hours a week

>To get a project manager in IT you need to be a subject matter expert or an experienced specialist in that software domain. You're going to be managing others so you have to know what you're doing so you can supervise the junior professionals in case they fuck up
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>>65148653
>teacher
>22 teaching, some prepping
>DB OHP
>4-5 gym, 2-3 running
A general question, I love helping teenagers with personal problems. I coach basketball on the side, and a lot of my players trust me with really personal stuff and giving them advice really gives me purpose. Would something like a school social worker or guidance councilor be a decent career switch?
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Senior dev

@250k a year

Maybe 6 hours work a day

Workout 6 hours a week
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>Unemployed
>I wake up at 7 AM, eat breakfast, then work on my projects until I'm too tired to think anymore, which is usually around 10-11 PM
>Bench Press
>Probably like 5-6 hours a week
I quit my job a few months ago to work on my passion project in the hopes of turning it into my main source of income. I've been supporting myself solely through what little money I have saved up, which currently is down to around $6,000. I have not made a cent since leaving my old job, but the rapid loss of my savings has proven as a strong source of motivation. Making it is the only option now, I can't ever go back to work after experiencing what it's like to be free. If I run out of money I'm just going to kill myself.

I'm not going to shill/explain my project in depth here because it's in a creative field that would ostracize me if it was discovered that I had any connection to 4chan.
It's a book series intended for children/young adults. So much of my time is being wasted by the absolute ghouls that are publishers and the people who work for them. They take days, even weeks to respond to emails and will usually just ghost you after a while, leaving you to decide if they're just taking their time to respond or have lost interest.
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>>65148844
I'm tempted to just quit and live off my savings while figuring things out too. Working a job, even if you're getting paid $100-200k just doesn't seem as appealing as working for myself doing something.
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>>65148653
Junior React dev
60k a year (not USA so it's alright)
bench
3 times a week 2 hour workout
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>>65148653
>NEET
>0
>Deadlifts
>4
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>>65148653
Probably the easiest way to project manager in IT is to get good at coding and make a hobby of cleaning up code that poo's copy and paste together. Your job will be a poo wrangler.
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>math phd
>study 20 hours a week
>smith machine squat
>4 hours
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>>65148891
The freedom is nice, but it's not real freedom. Obviously it's nice not having to wake up, go to work, spend hours wage slaving, then repeating 5 days a week for the rest of your life. But when you're working on a clock, having to cut every expense just to give yourself a few days of extra time, knowing the most probably event is homelessness and eventual suicide, it gets overwhelming at times. Especially when your fate is entirely in the hands of another entity that deems your work worth publishing or not.
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>>65148653
>infantry Officer in the army
>~5 (for now at least)
>0 I need to start trying to get back in shape :(
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>>65148957
Project managers aren't the ones doing the coding. they can have an understanding of it, but it's just their job be a liason and make sure the projects are on track.
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>>65148806
(1/2)
>social worker
Be careful anon. That job can be incredibly demoralizing even for someone like yourself who feels called to the job. Had a friend who worked as a social worker (admittedly doing the hardest possible job in that field by working with high-risk youth (basically kids in gangs)) and that job killed him. He quit after a year or two. Not to mention that that pay is complete garbage, like worse than teacher pay. Burnout among social workers is huge as you'll regularly have to cope with clients going missing, relapsing, killing themselves, going to jail, or in general just taking gigantic steps backwards after periods of stable improvement.

>guidance councilor
This is a step in the right direction. The overwhelming majority of mental health care that young people receive is administered through the public education system, and I believe you can make a positive impact. However, that aspect of education is so criminally underfunded, even more so than the teaching side (many guidance councilors in urban areas have to divide their time between 3 or 4 schools), that your job will be made (intentionally) difficult for you to do. You might feel like you're failing your students, and again demoralization sets in.

None of this is to say that these aren't vital jobs and that the people who work them aren't the closest thing we have to secular saints. I just mean to say that given how underfunded those social services are, any given worker in that field will feel crushed, like all the time. You might say "well I'm willing to make the sacrifice because it's necessary for society". No! Adding one more individual to the system will do nothing to structurally overhaul it. It will just increase the amount of miserable workers by 1.
t. someone with a lot of experience in politics and the social services, particularly education
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>>65148653
>bank branch manager
>also bartender
>also also side gig
>about 60
>dead lift master race
>8 (4 2-hour sessions)
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>Software (engineer with some management)
>Depends on the time period. Been chilling with like 4 hours of work a week + 5 hours of meetings the past few months
>Chin up
>Maybe 3
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>>65149071
Is being a bartender fun?
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>>65148806
>>65149039
(2/2)
If you want to have a positive impact on kids lives keep doing what you're doing. Almost every single troubled person I've ever met can remember a few teachers from high school who had a really meaningful positive impact on them. There was one english teacher at my school, Dr. White, who was sort of like a lightning rod for the intelligent weird kids. Before first period would start all the outcasts would gather in Dr. White's room and go around electrifying kids, being super eccentric, playing games with us and encouraging us to nurture our weirdo interests. That man has left a very deep and broad positive impact on the world.

Also, if you're a teacher in the US there's a decent chance you're in a union which means you can support your students through labor struggle. Take a look at what those teachers in west virginia managed to accomplish for their students in 2018.

Which brings me to something I sort of alluded to in my previous post: structural change. Teachers as a group have the most power of any in the education system. It's also a profession which has a very high union density. If you really want to make the education system better for your students, go on strike. You can strike for whatever the fuck you want. Strike for more guidance councilors in the schools. Strike for daily self-care built into the school day if you're into that shit. THAT is the way you can change the system.
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>>65148653
>accountant
>40 hours a week plus occasional paid overtime
>OHP
>6-8 hours on average
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>>65148653
>Full Stack Developer for a small ISP
>40
>Bench press
>4 or 5
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What the fuck does an autistic retard do with a business degree? Been applying to government jobs like crazy
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>>65148653
>Software Test Engineer
>0-15 honest hours a week. full wfh
>weighted pull ups
>3.5 hours at the gym

god bless corona. never been a better time in history to be a father with tradwife sahm. f for the ones who couldn't make it.
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so many coding /fit/izens in here damn..
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>>65148653
>photography professor
>15 hours in classroom, 1-3 hours prep, 10-15 hours on own art practice
>overhead press
>3-4 hours a week

I make $60k/year to bullshit with college students about photography, make my own weird ass art, and lift three days a week. Academia is a hell hole at times but boy can it be comfy too
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>attorney
>50
>shrugs
>maybe 8
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>>65148978
How does it feel knowing that the Marines mog the fuck out of you?
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>>65148653
>Job
Translator/Interpreter
>How many hours you work a week
6h20 6 days a week. Too lazy to do the math
>Favorite lift
Pull Ups
>How many hours you train a week
7h30min. This is split between lifting, cardio days and Muay Thai training (beginner)
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>>65148653
>Process Engineer
>40g, but i problably work a real 15-20h
>Bench
>9h
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>>65148836
how to get senior dev to answer 1 question on email?
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>>65148653
>Civil Engineer
>Technically 40, sometimes it's 50 sometimes more like 20-30
>Deadlift
>6-7 between lifting and running

To become a project manager just be good at your job and tell your boss that you really don't want to do any project management. Worked for me.
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>emt, 28 y/o
>innaambulance right now
>bonuses are ridiculous, making three times what I did pre-Covid for less work
>finishing up second bachelors in data science so I can save my knees

EMS has been fun but I think I’m ready to get out.
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> Quant Trader
> 55-65
> Squat (also box jumps)
> ~4 gym, 3-5 running
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>>65148653
>Actuary, £110k
>35 hours per week except for busy season
>OHP
>5 hours
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>software dev/IT consultant
>25 (fully remote)
>squat
>about 5
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>>65148653
>construction project management
>bill for 40, work about 20ish remote
>bench
>10ish
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>job
HR
>how many hours you work a week
40
>favorite lift
Weighted pullups
>how many hours you workout a week
9 hours
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>>65149298
Realized I didn’t answer the question.

>36-60, depending on demand/school
>6 lifting, 4 running, 2-3 yoga
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>>65149039
>>65149085
Thanks for the input, I appreciate it. I was afraid of many of the things you mentioned, especially the pressure, lack of funding, and lack of any 'real' impact. The problem is that I don't really love teaching, I mostly enjoy working with and helping young people.
I also work in Europe, so there are 1-2 guidance councilors per school but it is still very underfunded and underappreciated.
>structural change
I'm seriously considering this as well. My home country (Caribbean) is a corrupt, nepotistic, underfunded shithole suffering from braindrain and other problems. I want to make a real difference for the youth there, but I don't know how yet. I'm considering staying a teacher, becoming a guidance councilor or going for an extra MA in Educational Leadership so I can join the school board or something and make institutional changes. However, the final option would take away my interaction with kids.
Any suggestions?
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>>65149157
Was a software test engineer intern for a decent company in California. Got a return offer for 160k first year, 150k after that. Declined for other offer of 75k a year in NC as a normal software engineer. Didn't want to pigeonhole myself into testing. Still pretty comfy with the salary and wfh with around 4hr a day of actual work.
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>>65148653
>Studying to be mech eng wanna work on oil rig cuz its a sweet gig overall
>8 hours a day but also get paid for the other 16 hours cuz technically youre "at work"
>Bench press with dumbells
>minimum 10 maximum 14
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>sales rep@Pepsi
>Salaried, but between 30 and 50 depending on the week and sales we're having. Corona is fucking grocery store and mine habits up
>The Press™
>6 45 mins sessions
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>>65148653
Programmer
40, at least according to my contract
Bench press
~6h
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>>65149529
Lmao they put you on a salary for stocking Pepsi products in grocery stores? Holy fuck that's decent.
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>>65148653
>Unemployed living at home currently, seeking employment in accounting or investigative profession
>0
>Dead, if I can be assed to do them, otherwise bench
>Just started going back to the gym this week, and starting next week, about 4x a week, 1.5-2 hours each
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>>65148653
>Warehouse worker for a major shipping company
>now that peak season is over <25 hrs/week
>deadlift
>Not enough
What's a trade that's relatively easy to get into? This job is never gonna pay enough for me to buy a house/land.
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>>65149574
Salary + commission mind you. Some days you break a sweat but it's a sweet gig
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how is everyone on fit making hundreds of thousands a year
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>>65149616
>>Dead, if I can be assed to do them, otherwise bench
Actually, I might amend this to pull-ups, if that counts as a lift.
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>Commercial real estate investor, own some online casinos, also three resturants. Making roughly on track for $3.5MM-$4.6MM this year with new Air BnB business I'm starting.
>60hrs per week roughly (always kinda "working")
>favorite lift barbel curls
>1hr per day (getting my hormones in check, suffered from low T issues so had to take time off)

Have a good one anons. Learned alot from you guys on fitness advice. Have a good weekend
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>financial analyst
>50 hours when busy, 30 other 3/4th of the year
>bench
>about 5 hours right now, just had a baby and need sleep more than gym in the morning and can omly go 3 days now
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Bros, I just finished a business degree that's respectable in theory, mainly due to the university's reputation, but pretty useless in practice. Didn't really teach me any hard skills. What sector/career should I be going for, what's in demand, or easy to get into? Anything I can teach myself quickly? Genuinely clueless. Something that sets me on track for six figures would be great, but I'm a Eurocuck and it's unlikely here.

>Temporarily embarrassed by unemployment
>0
>Farmer's Walk
>6-7
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Cleaner
6 hours a week
Tricep dip
6 hours a week
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>>65149861
Logistics is pretty good. Anything IT is great, you can get online certifications. Corporate finance is good too and you only need to understand general accounting principals and algebra level math (and that's a stretch)
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>>65149905
Not him, general business degree too and want the fuck out of insurance, anything you’d recommend for me? Not a fan of IT but just want 75k one day. I’ve applied to many government jobs just waiting to hear back. Mostly HR
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>>65148705
>need to be a subject matter expert or an experienced specialist in that software domain. You're going to be managing others so you have to know what you're doing so you can supervise the junior professionals in case they fuck up

This is wrong. The only development knowledge you need to know is how long things take to get done. No PM ever helps a junior write code, that's what senior developers are for.
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>>65149274
Give them a good enough reason to leave their bed.
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>>65149395
>remote
how do you do construction PM remote?
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Geologist

40

OHP

6-9
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>>65149477
great decision king. i opted for the testing route because i want to focus on starting my family for the next few years. i've been positioning myself for a transition into BA. i'd rather be on the business end in the long term.
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>>65149638
Selection bias.

Most people don't make that kind of money. Autistic weirdos on 4chan excel at very technical positions.
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>Medical student
>50-60 hrs
>Landmine press
>2-3 hours weekly doing cardio mostly
Fuck me, medical school is literally a gain goblin. This better be fuckin worth it.
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>>65149957
Honestly corporate finance. Look for something entry level, we pay about $50k to new grads and will be at $70k with their first promotion.

Biggest things I'd try to come up with before
-examples of you working across diverse teams and I don't mean race I mean talking to a 60 year old expert and another 20 year old to accomplish a task. I'm sure if you're in insurance sales you can think of great communication examples
-example of when you've improved a process. Corporate finance is excel sheets upon excel sheets and if you can improve them they will like that. I've taken workbooks that took 4 hours to update down to 1 using index/match functions and smart pivot tables
-an understanding of finance. No company is the same in how they allocate expenses to business lines but understanding how direct expenses work and how capitalization hits you is everywhere

I did phone fundraising in college and got a financial job out of school, I'm now a corporate expense analyst for an insurance company and the sales background helped a lot. For these entry jobs they're not looking for you to know much, just be open to learning and be able to apply knowledge while being able to communicate
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>>65149973
most of the features of the user story haven't been developed. basic features are failing critical criteria. sprint ends today.
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>>65148653
>22
>IT Service Desk
>24
>weighted pull-ups
>8ish
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>EE PhD
>10-30 depends
>DL
>6-8

If I’m not making 6 figures after I get my doctorate I’m going to be really fucking sad
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What do you guys recommend I do? I have a general business degree, and have 6 years experience working for daddy's construction company. I don't even know what my job title would be, but I've
>estimated
>managed projects
>migrated accounting software
>payroll, A/P + A/R
pretty much everything. Company is ~35 employees, and earns $6-10M/yr. I don't want to continue doing this, so where should I go from here that makes decent money?
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>architecture student at (top) university
>50-55 hours a week
>deadlift
>8ish (road cycling)

Wish I cycled more and worked less.


>>65149172
>>photography professor

What the fuck is a professor of photography. Do you even know what a professor is? You're just an arts and crafts teacher.
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>>65149283
>To become a project manager just be good at your job

Lies.
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>>65149993
I'm in Project Controls.
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>>65150176
>pathetic larp
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>>65148653
Is majoring in statistics a waste of time?
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>>65149638
It's a larp, I'm leafland and only people making 6 figures are STEM fags or well connected business fags, but they are all 30+years old. I never met anyone making good money
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> tfw everyone makes decent wage
> tfw you are a literal cuck working graveyard shifts in some meme hotel
> barely make any money
> shit sleep schedule

How do I get out? I got a degree, but It's a meme one. . .

> Le management

I am fucked
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>>65149861
Try and get your MBA or get in at a lower level job in IB or consulting. You will be more competitive with an MBA though. If it's a target school like an ivy or similar then you should be ok via the alumni connections.
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>>65150104
Yeah... Give them a good enough reason to leave their bed.
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>>65150230
Of all the things in this thread this you think is a larp?

The pay is shit if that's any consolation.
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>>65150270
manage your way out of it
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>>65149905
>>65150092

Thanks bros, good posts. Now I know that Corporate Finance is unironically not for me. What about marketing, is the job market oversaturated for that? Everyone thinks they can do it, that it's easy, and so on. Probably not much money in it?
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tard wrangler
38 hours
OHP
8 hours
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>>65149210
Lol?
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>>65150137
Go to WGU for accounting, get your degree in like 3 months and be an accountant?
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>>65150092
I am probably too retarded for that however I have been brushing up on my excel skills recently
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>>65150318
thought you'd say that.

how to look good when nobody cares about my work lol
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>>65148653
>substitute teacher
>like 2 lol, this is just part time while I'm in college
>OHP
>6
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>>65150019
Word. Hard to turn down that amount of money out of college but you gotta think in the long term. Probably more money in development. Hard to say which one is more in demand since supply is really high for software dev. Companies have a hard time filling testing positions. Writing software is more fun anyway. Plus right now I'm just working with a bunch of older white men whereas before it was mostly Indians and a few asians. So that's also a plus. That and California is kind of a shithole
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>>65150391
(YOU)
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>>65150437
accountants don't make much, unless you get CPA and move into private sector
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>>65149083
Yes I love it. If my bank goes tits up I'll be happy being just a bar tender.
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Is Amazon FBA still a viable way to start your own business or is it a race to the bottom already?
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>>65150500
Sometimes I fantasize about quitting everything and just being a comfy bartender like Nick from New Girl
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>rejection letter for a financial analyst spot just came in
It’s okay
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>>65150456
Easier to find another job with higher title.
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>>65148653
>Welder/grinder/forklift "operator"
>40-50
>Bench press
>10-12
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>"Software Engineer"
>Dick around with Jenkins all day, haven't done any proper coding outside baby-tier Python scripts since college
>No real skills, Screwed if I ever need a new job
>Rumors of layoffs
But to finish answering your question
>35-ish salaried
>Dumbbell bench press
>3 hrs weightlifting / 4 hrs running
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>>65148653
>doing bachelors and have some uni jobs
>0-20
>Log Lift
>8-14
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>>65150583
I spent the last year getting rejection letters, then found a way better job completely on accident.
Stay strong, anon.
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>>65150657
What jobs and what degree?
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>>65150452
No you're not I had a 2.1gpa and am doing fine
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>target employee
>21
>bench press + OHP
>14 (1 hr swimming/day + 1hr workout per day)
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>>65148653
>content writer
>10
>rows
>zero since i began college
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>sergeant
>35, give or take
>squat
>OHP
>10 or more
>>65148891
an army job is ironically one of the most carefree, masculine, and respectful jobs you can have. it leaves me much time to myself, pays decent (low rank, no school or whatever, I'm enrolled in a university for my personal pursuit of education) and you retire early, with lots of healthcare and tax benefits. depends on many things but that's how I see things. not going back to waiting tables or making coffee for mr jewberg or sucking dick for pathetic office jobs.
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>>65150604
boss said he'd keep an eye out for requirements analysis work to help transition into BA. think he'll come through in next 2 years?
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>wastewater plant operator
>40
>squat
>6.5 hrs a week
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>Biomedical Equipment Technician for Army
>43ish
>Decline bench press
>Not anymore, dealing with hip injury
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>stocker/General Labour doing deck/fence/patio
>depends, from 0 to 25H
>OHP
>12hours
I have an meme degree in political science thinking I had a chance for law but unfortunately I don't think It's worth to study another 3 years
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>Government IT job, GS-11
>work maybe 2 hours per week, at most.
>OHP
>usually spend 10 hours per week working out, on the clock, at the base (free) fitness center, then another hour after each workout eating at the DFAC or commissary.
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>>65148653
>job
Software Developer (SME/Instructor)
>hours per week
40 on paper, but I really don't work nearly that much
>favorite lift
Dumbbell flies
>hours working out
Roughly 5-8 hours over 4 days PHUL schedule
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>>65150087
My gf is in med school. Sorry brother.
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>>65149626
>a trade that's relatively easy to get into

My dad started a successful painting and decorating business through word of mouth alone. Also the job is kind of easy as long as you're ok with hard work and not an autist like me with poor fine motor function
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>>65148653
>soon to be retiring small biz owner who sold his company at the end of 2021
>about 25 hours/week currently
>squats
>usually 4.5 hours total over 3 sessions
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>>65148653
I think the "quickest" route if you want to cheese your way to a high salary in IT is to get hired as a scrum master for a large company. scrum master salaries are insane, and it's literally all about spewing out the right buzzwords. be somewhat tech savvy and find a Jira crash course on YouTube and you're all set. to actually get hired aim at a small company first like a startup, do it for like a year even if the pay is just okay, and make sure managers like you so they can recommend you later. then just lie on your resume and say you've been a programmer then moved on to scrum master and you've been doing it for 7+ years, and try to get hired by a large company (bank, health industry, etc.).

or, actually be good at programming, but my honest opinion as a programmer is that maybe 5% of programmers are actually good and do all the work while everyone else is doing the bare minimum and is mostly just pretending
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Construction manager
Maybe 50 a week
Bench
5/6 hours
I hate my life
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>>65148653
Systems Engineer (aerospace)
I work 40hrs a week
OHP
Workout about 5-6 hours a week

The job is okay, but mostly garbage
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>>65148653
>University student
>Recently? Like 50 cause it's exams.
>Usually? Idk like 3
>Dumbbell curls
>Recently? None (got brovid)
>Usually? Idk like 5

I don't go to the gym I just have this shitty weight and I do exercises with it. It sucks. But I'm an old ass uni student without a decent income so whjat can I do.
Master's degree soon tho, there is light at the end of this shitty tunnel.
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>>65148653
>Industrial maintenance
>40 to 56 hours a week
>Standing overhead press
>10 but 8 of it is martial arts
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>>65148653

> Surgeon
> 50-60
> Deadlift / tricep extension
> 1-2 hr/day 5 x week
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>>65151330
>construction manager
That doesn't sound all bad, anon. What are your responsibilities?
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>>65150232
Yes. Major in <socially in-demand subject of interest> and Minor in stats. Stats without anything else is useless. You need some primary study to apply the stats towards or else you'll have some Kaggle predicting sepal length from petal length.
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>>65148653
> Senior Auditor
>60 hours average workweek
>10-15 hours of cardio and lifts
All I do is financial reconciliations on excel and lift. Don't do Big 4 guys, leaves your life empty.
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>>65150775

BTW BAs earn significantly less than developers. Like, half as much typically.
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>>65150087
It's not.
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>>65148705
What part of the field are you working in? Are you out on rigs all day or what? My selected major is petroleum engineering.
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>>65152040
>Don't do Big 4 guys, leaves your life empty.
They don't even want me anyways. Why so much competition for something even they admit has a stupidly high turnover because of the wretched work hours?

Come on, I just need an in so I can grind for a year or two and have it under my belt. Please...I'm getting desperate here...
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>>65148653

>Designer/video editor
>40 (more like 20)
>DB rows
>5/6
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>>65148702
>>65148705
>>65148806
>>65148836
>>65148844
>>65148891
I NEED A JOB FUCK AAAAAAA
Forgive me God for wasting all my time on these websites fuck
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>Retail Associate
>40 hours a week
>weighted pull ups and variations
>3 hours at the gym per week
>>
I have no idea what to do with my business degree and office experience. HR?
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>>65148653
>job
Night guard at corrections halfway house
>hours work per week
40 hours
>favorite lift
Squat
>how many hours workout per week
2, maybe 4 hours a week if I bring my kettlebell and resistance bands to work.
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>>65151664
I'll tell you, and this is for LA area.
>non-stop driving to jobs in LA county traffic
>constant phone calls
>constant rescheduling
>get paid ~60 days after work is done for GC's
>hope to get retention paid months later (10% money withheld until entire job is done, even if you've finished your portion)
>ensuring you don't lose $1,000s if something goes slightly wrong.
>wake up at 4AM
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> pharma environmental monitoring tech
> 44/wk1 36/wk2
> Anything tricep
> 4-5??
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>>65152251
it's kind of hard, because business is so general. the earning potential for project managers is pretty high though, but it can be more or less stressful depending on what industry you're in.
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>>65152307
I’ll look into it. I was debating going back to school for accounting but holy shit staring at numbers all day and the monotony sounds miserable
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>>65149210
the only thing the marines do is embrace the suck mate
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project manager(pharma, not IT)
30-40hrs(WFH permanently)
OHP
5hrs
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Anons, how do I live a happy simple life? I want to start my own small little business so I can pay the bills and not worry/stress too much but I'm not sure what kind.
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>>65152481
i have a general business degree too, but accounting/finance would've been more useful for any "business" job since most business classes are kind of bs, but accounting gives you some practical knowledge and skills even if you didn't want to do it as a job. I wouldn't ever want to be a bean counter though.
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>>65152509
OP here. Hire me
>>65152576
me too, anon.
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>>65148653
anons, how do I get a job, I have no idea what I want to do in life, I just like lifting and know I don't want to deal with other people
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>>65152233
Nice digits. I've spent the past week filling out the same application for this job, and whenever I get to the cover letter I zone out and start browsing 4chan. I restarted the application 12 times now.
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>>65152611
we do have an acute shortage of project managers currently
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>>65148653
>Senior Inspections Tech for a solar company
>35-40, but i just sit in a truck for most of the day
>sled push
>4h at the gym 2-3h at home doing bodyweight stuff when bored
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>>65148653
>Chemical engineer for Moderna
>39
>Bench
>About 6 to 8
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>>65148653
>blockchain startup operations
>whenever i want
>squat
>4-5
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>airport line technician, salary sucks but is livable
>26 hours with 40 hours of school a week
>pendlay row
>10 a week
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>>65152576
Same here. I wish it was that easy.
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>>65148653
>gas engineer
>max 48 I do 4 days on and 3 off but days can be anywhere from 8-12 hours (sometimes more but Not really)
>bench
>6 not counting feeders and abs on rest days
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>>65149638
If you had some bumfuck job as a janitor at a school or you were a convenience clerk at gas station you wouldn't be in a hurry to share that information with people.
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>>65148653
junior software dev, 88k a year
40 hrs per week
fav lift deadlift
4x per week, hours vary
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>>65152737
years if experience?
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>>65152603
Right I agree. Just don’t want to go back to school for a business+ degree because fuck working in accounting
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>>65152737
>software dev
>88k
leave
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>>65149729
Can I have a job mate
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>>65148653
im working in a supermarket and also in a university. it's an abstract kind of feel. Im going to train to be a full time teacher tho and get sick gains on the side.
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>>65148653
>run a calibration laboratory, but also work on automated controls, weighing systems, industrial scales
>40
>landmine press
>6 (4 days a week, 1.5 hours each)

Keep two things in mind. First, everyone lies about how much they earn. I mean would people really do that? Just go on the internet and lie? Yes. Welders don’t earn $80k. Oil field roustabouts aren’t making $100k. Also, 1 out of 10 Americans live in California. Then you have the millions upon millions who live in other overly expensive cities. IT workers in those areas will be making more than one in, say, West Virginia.
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>>65148653
Machinist
40
Deadlifts
6

Being a machinist is fun, but I would like to get paid more (making about $32,000/yr). Squandered good opportunities earlier in life (28 now) and I sincerely envy people like >>65148705
assuming it's true. I would actually like to work on an oil rig or have some kind of job where I live on-site for a while but I have kids to take care of and can't move them. Interested in learning Java/Kotlin to become a software dev.
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>>65148653
Electrical Engineer
205k annual salary per diem
Scissor kicks
30-35 hrs a week generally
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>>65152064
my goal is to work my way up to product manager. i thought that i could make a stronger appeal towards experience as a BA instead of a dev. i have the ability to code, i don't love it. should i consider climbing through dev?
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>>65148894
Any tips on getting your first gig? Im a self taught dev and now i have a sick paid internship for react native but its only 20 hours a week. Not sure where to go from here.
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>>65148653
Army
30ish or 100% of the time when on ex
Deadlift
10-12
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>>65152745
three in July

>>65152767
sorry I don't live in the bay or job hop every year lol 88k is a perfectly comfortable salary that's more than the majority of Americans and I enjoy my job
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>>65150574
I live in a town of 5k people and work at the nicest tap room, so for me it's a good gig. And I'm the only male bar tender. So, yeah man it's a good gig. I got lucky with it honestly.
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>doordash
>depends
>Weighted chinups
>6-9

Graduated HS a year ago and college blows ass. I've been looking into getting some networking/security certs but I'm skeptical if those will actually land me any decent jobs. I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to do right now.
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>>65148653
>consultant (mech engineer)
>between 10 and 50 hours
>bench
>5-7 hours
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>>65148653
I was in the army for four years after highschool, NEET'd it up for three years, tried being a retail wagie for one week and quit, finally going back to school and using my GI Bill
feels pretty good
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>>65149274

I answer most linkedin questions from students and juniors looking for advice

Unless you're a pajeet spamming , then you can fuck right off.

Some won't listen to what I tell them anyway anon, especially when they're at college and have a failed D-tier dev telling them what to do. I've literally told people what to put in their resume and portfolio to have a chance at an intern position and had them tell me that their college lecturer says different
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>>65148653
>goy slave
>6,000,000 hours
>foreskin restoration
>0 literal DYEL
>>
Software Dev. Front end mostly. Texas making $180k. Indian immigrant.

Own only DBs, dumbell bench press.

Work is 30 hrs a week.
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>>65148653

>Senior Software Engineer, remote, 102k usd salary
>Realistically I work 4 hours a day in the morning and then tap out after lunch
>Distance runner
>6 hours a week of rooning

>>65150500
I am jealous of you. I bartended nights all through high school and college and I miss it so bad. How old are you? I would gladly pick up a couple nights a week, but my friends and family would all be concerned since I'm 30 now and make decent money at my day job. They'd be worried I was having financial issues. I just miss the fun of it.
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>>65149172
Pick up your boy, Clint.
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>>65148653
Scaffolder
Varies. 40 last week
Chin ups
Maybe 6 hours per week
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>>65148653
Anesthesia resident
60k
OHP
4-5 hrs
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>>65148653
>building automation system administrator (mech E)
>5 (paid 40)
>squat
>7
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>laid off cause covid
>decide to take break and figure things out
>living off savings
>18 months later, still haven’t figured it out
>favorite lift is t bar row
>almost 28 years old
>*tick tock*

Should I just go to college and get a basic comp sci degree? Is it difficult?
I just want a more secure field and something that doesn’t have me on my feet all day everyday and talking to 100 people.
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>>65154297

Fuck you cunts in the US get shafted during residency for pay.

On equiv of 150k US as a resident in NZ
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>apprentice electrician
>38
>preacher curl
>15

90k a year apprentice on rotating shift roster, no overtime, fuck that shit, will eat into gains
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>176 replies
>150 software engineers, doctors, accountants
>average /fit/ salary 125k a year
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Everyone on fit is so smart and rich, how does such a thing happen? Must be nice.
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>>65148653
>Software engineer
>45-50
>Squat
>5h
>320k a year
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>>65148653

job: software consultant
hours: 40, 25 of which are actually working
favorite lift: barbell rows
hours worked out a week: 14

i make 100k cad and it pisses me the fuck off all the client devs make 160-180k usd for the same job
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>>65148653
>student, soon-to-be software engineer if this job search ever ends
>12 hours of classes, try to keep schoolwork to <=40 hours a week but time managment isn't great so i tend to go over
>OHP
>5, 3 lift days two cardio days rest the weekend.
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>army medevac pilot
>35-60, really depends on the week
>OHP
>3-5 hours of PT with my platoon per week in the morning, 5-7 hours at the gym on my own time
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>>65148844
publishing is an annoying industry to penetrate anon, keep the faith. if it gets too much self publishing is always an option, though that's it's own can of worms to deal with. I would recommend getting a low stress part time job just to make ends meet and get you out of your own head in the meantime, 6 grand aint what it used to be and you'll be in serious shit if your health does under for any reason. something mind numbing and undemanding, like stocking shelves at a grocery store would be good. That way you can keep doing mind work for the story while still getting a little bit of a paycheck. You might even get to people watch and get some ideas. Hope to join you in a few years anon, keep it up!
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>>65149004
I cant tell if this is the 80s or faggots larping
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>>65155053
don't worry, broke dumb niggers like you outnumber us all, they're just too embarrassed to post
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Corrections Officer
40-56 hours
Bent Over Barbell Row
6-8 hours
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>>65148653
>server/bartender
>30-40
>OHP
>gyms are closed now, but used to be 4-5.
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>AWS Solutions Architect/Sr. Infrastructure Engineer
>About 50 hours a week depending on client
>Bench
>14-5 hours of lifting a week. Office has a gym that I use out of convenience.
You'll have to study ITIL and similar certifications to get project manager OP
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>>65155270
Based, I have worked a few mindless jobs in the past and it's great that while your body is doing the mindless repetitive actions, you can mentally relax or think/plan other things
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>FedEx package handler
>20ish on a good week
>T bar rows
>10 hours a week
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>Unemployed, previously Amazon Warehouse wagie
>when working it was 40-60 hours a week, between 4 and 6 days a week
>Havent lifted in a while, but either kettlebell swings or front squats
>when I was actually lifting, probably around 6 hours a week

I quit work after saving up some money to pursue some passion stuff, and maybe find a way into the industry I want to get into.
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>>65149298
What is the work like? Is it mostly gore, or more lifting old people out of bed? I'm interested in training in paramedicine.
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>>65150647
>log lift
epic lol
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>>65150809
based. how do you get into such a job?
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>Post-doc researcher, 90k a year
>fluctuates from 25-60 hours a week
>pullups
>9 hours running, 4 hours lifting
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>>65151664
I’m in Uk, but basically:
>Order materials
>Direct labour
>Meet with clients
>Maintain health and safety
>Inspect for quality

It’s not bad as I’m basically my own boss - no one bothers me as long as I deliver the project on time, hang out and fuck around with the guys on site 50% of the time anyway. Downside is the pressure can be massive, long hours.

Plus I made more when I taught kindergarten in China for like 1/3rd of the hours.
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>>65152672
how? i'm sure there's tons of applicants, and mine would prob just get tossed for not knowing anyone.
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>>65148653
>Genetic Technologist
>40 hours
>Bench
>10 hours
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Aml analyst
15 hours
Chin ups
10 hours
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>job
Teacherfag
>how many hours you work a week
40ish generally
>favorite lift
Db pullover or cable twist
>how many hours you workout a week
4 lifting aim for 10 muay thai
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>low tier software engineer
>work about 25 to 30, paid for 40
>Hammer curls and pullups
>10 in home gym, 12 doing /woolk/ for cardio
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no thanks FBI nigger, you should kill yourself by jumping in front of a train
whoever actually posted their job is either an agent or retarded
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>>65157319
>Oh no the security service for a country I don't even live in knows how much I work out, its all over
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Automotive Designer (OEM)
40
Weighted chin up
5~6
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>software dev
>85k a year, maybe 5 hours of actual work a week
>bench press
>10-12 hours
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>Private Military Contractor
>technically 168hrs per week
>lateral raises
>14 maybe?
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>code monkey
>40 but real work is something like 20-30h
>ohp
>5 ULxULUx
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>>65148653
Philosophy lecturer at a good UK uni

>maybe 60 hours inc my own research
>Back squat
>7
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>>65157608
What's the meaning of life?
>>
Why the fuck do Software devs make so much money and do so little work?
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>>65157534
How much money do you make bro + how did you become a pmc
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>>65150374
>delft
>top university
HAHAHAHAHAHAH
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>>65148653
>It-Consulting for banks make around 125k plus bonus
>between 20 to 80 depends on the project time of the year etc
>bench
> aiming for 8 usually 6
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>head of diversity $350k / year
>12 hrs
>lifting is a nazi dogwhistle
>1 hr of ellipticals :3
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>Self-employed data scientist n niche field
>Like 100h/week, mostly sitting around monitoring stuff though
>bench or OHP
>4 hours lifting
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>>65157686
how are 40hours little? pay is blown out by faang fags but in the end i think a higher pay than the average office cuck is justified because they literally build your business

t. software dev in europoor working in a small shop, without me their product/business wouldnt exist
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>neet
>0
>pullups
>14
I really need a job, but I will NOT work some wagie shit inside a building 8 hours a da every day for the next 40 years.
Tried applying for officer school in the army, but they require you're vaxxed.
Maybe I'll join a fishing boat, or move to russia and become a trapper for fur.
Jokes aside, what are some /fit/ outdoor jobs? I have a bachelor in geology, but the grades are suboptimal because my life fell apart during the final stretch, so its kinda useless and I dont wanna go back to college and get even more debt...
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>>65157908
I don’t know for America but in Germany you can work as a ranger/hunter for the state and care about the Forrest and the animal population.
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>>65157932
Nah, that niche is filled by hobbyists here, literally doing it for FREE
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>>65148653
>historical keyboard instrument specialist
>it's mostly a contract thing so anywhere from 12h days to free periods of up to two weeks
>squat even though I suck at it
>doing SL so 3x 45 min or so

I also chill with my doggo
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>>65148653
>graphic designer
>10 hours working, 40 hours at uni (animation)
>bench
>8
Home gym master race
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>>65149961
This.

You don't even have to be technical. You need to have good people skills, know what the SDLC is, and you need to track statuses and unblock things so your technical guys can focus on doing what they do best.
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>>65148653
>Tech consultant
>40-50 hours depending on project
>Bent over row
>probably like 3-4
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>>65148891
BioAnal kek
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>>65149169
Because coding is the last remnant of a structured life people used to have
Remember it used to be either high school > trade school > bllue/white collar job in the field u studied for with a salary, and you could be set for life (as in not switch jobs)
or college > better paid work in a field you studied for

Today its high school > good luck figuring the fuck u are gonna do
or trade school > work in the field you studied for but no guarantee whatsoever that you are settled
or college > good luck figuring the fuck u are gonna do
Whereas with coding you still have that 80s, 90s vibe
Learn coding over 2-3 years > safe and secure job
Theres no uncertainty for your financial future because coders are in high demand everywhere
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>>65148844
I'm like you but without the work ethic
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>>65149638
what this anon said>>65152732
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>>65150638
i do even less for 3 years now than what you mentioned. sit in meetings for 10hr/week and hack something together last minute maybe 3-5hr/week
>paid for 40+hrs
>rows
>3hrs, spend most time just RELAXING ahhh I'M GONNA RELAAAX
captcha ssoyx
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>>65157691
The same as I made when I was an Infantryman, and I got the job via connections I made there I literally work with some of the same guys I served with.
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>>65148653
>business analyst in aerospace composites, WFH
>95k
>deadlifts
>25-30 hours of work a week

If you want to be a PM in IT, try getting some certs in Agile, lean and DevOps, and informally lead a few projects using those frameworks so you can speak the lingo with examples. I “came up with” a project management lifecycle method that my company uses (I made it up based on agile stuff) so now I’m indirectly managing about 20 people as a scrum master. Fun job and could use more money but the WFH is awesome because I live on the beach while everyone else is in Washington DC
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>stripper
>less than 10h/w on average (It's 200e per event for 2-3 hours usually, but I pay no taxes)
>bench press
>4-5+cardio (3-4 hours)
>>
Nurse/Student
24 of work
BB row
4 hours lifting, doing full body/cutting.
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>>65150087
Same, the shit sleep is fucking me
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>>65149145
Start your own business.
You might have to learn some other skillset beyond bus. admin.
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>>65148653
You could get a project+ cert. Hopefully that helps you into managing small teams. My wife runs a team of devs, she started working her way there by training and teaching newer devs and interns.
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Communications advisor
40, 20 actual
Arnie press
About 8

I'm pitting up 6 figures in Leaf land and all it took was moving to the middle of nowhere. Hopefully going to transition to government for security or move into politics for the lolz . I consider it the highest form of communications. It's funny, because I once told myself I wanted to be a propagandist and here I am. I just lack serious passion or concentration skills
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>>65148653
>mech engineer
>also youth sports coach
>usually spend 1-2 hrs doing work a day for engineering, and practices, games, planning = 15 hrs a week for coaching
>push-ups
>4 hrs a week lifting

Engineering is a soulless money grab. You will not make a difference, you will not help people, you are not a service to your community. You are strictly there to create and ensure profits.
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>>65148653
>industrial mechanic
>40 hours
>dead lift
> Zero. I have been degraded to second class citizen and am barely allowed to participate in society
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>>65153236
Im also self-taught
desu i was extremely lucky i got in from the 1st interview, but before that ive spent like 2 month creating a killer portfolio. So gain as much experience as you can and make a couple of good projects and then start sending out CVs left and right at least 20 a day. Eventually you'll land a good one
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>>65159358
Any tips on what certificates you would recommend to focus on? How many years did it take you and how seriously/hard did you work on it all? What tools/websites would you recommend?
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>>65150270
same anon. i'm trying to be a helper/journeyman for HVAC or plumbing but everyone i call just whines about people not knowing what to do and how you need to go to school first. i don't want to go to school for two years and waste 8k+ just to find out i dislike the trade. shit is so fucking gay, makes me not want to try at all anymore. i don't want a crazy amount of money, just enough for the bills plus a few hundred saved up every month
/blog
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>>65148653
bookkeeper
40
ohp
8
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Field Applications Engineer
>Can be 80hr weeks when traveling for conference
> Typically, WFH and probably 20hrs a week normally, even with local sales travel.

Makes 98k plus 3k annual bonus, 1 year out of school.

Went to school for mech e, and I got lucky I'm customer facing enough to wheel around as basically a technical sales rep for mfg.

Still wanna try and go into CS and get a FAANG job because my college ex makes 50k more than me and I'm kinda jealous
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>>65148653
>just applied for a graduate software consulting role
>40 hours, flexible hours (go in early leave early)
>military press
>5*s a week of an 1-1:30 hours so between 5 and 7.5
you need experience in a lot of different things to become a project manager it involves money, organising developers, keeping track of client relationships and requirements, knowledge of development methodologies like agile and probably some knowledge about tech and on top of that you'd need management experience
look for a course then try get an entry level job and work your way up
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>>65159501
Oh, and I lift about 5 hours a week typically with the gig. Favorite is deadlift.
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>>65148653
>concept artist with own company, earned 750k last year after taxes
>100 hours per week, even more when working on major movie and game projects
>bench
>maybe 6 at most
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>>65149169
It’s for people who are too dumb for science, too lazy for med or law school and too introverted for finance or business. Doctors, lawyers and financial analysts make three times the money of a codemonkey.
>>
>student
>unknown
>squat
>8-10
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>>65159405
I'm not sure what you mean by certificates
Overall I can say it took me ~2 years of studying, but that's mostly due to uncertainty in which specific field I wanted to work. When I've decided i'll go with frontend react dev it took me overall about 3-4 months of intensive coding from my decision to the point I've passed the interview. For my resources I've used youtube and all the $ stuff i've pirated. All in all, if you're already an intern try getting at least 3 months of work experience that will be a major advantage, I can guarantee you that
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>everyone on 4chan claims to be a senior dev making 450,000 a year after tax
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>>65155291
Honestly must be the 1980s, none of those guys are trannies.
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>>65148806
i always wish i became a teacher. too late for me now
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>>65148653
i've been too mentally ill to work. i'm trying to recover but hard if you're suicidal every waking minute. now i'm 25 with no career prospects, training, education, etc. i'll be stuck with other dead-ends (probably of a much less pleasant disposition than myself) when i finally get a min wage job.
>0
>squat
>5-6
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>>65154761
They fuck us real good and exploit us for cheap labor, not to mention the cost of medical school itself. At least we make a decent amount as attendings but still not enough.
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>>65148653
Starting work as a utility arborist soon. Want to get into climbing and branch into domestic work later. Good money I think but more importantly I don't hate it and like being outdoors.
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>>65154068
6,000,000,000 hours? That seems a little high
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>>65158629
What are PM like compared to regular militaries? Any of the pride there and bonding there? Any training of recruits?
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>>65159436
Just do something and have faith
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>There are people lying about their career on an anonymous forum
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>>65160504
i'm >>65159483
it's easy and it pays, but not a lot. i'm just gonna keep trying. hate living in a shit town with sub-5k people. very hard to find a good job
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>Pharmacy Tech in training
>50-55 hours
>Dumbbell Bench Press
>6-7 with Sunday as rest day
If any anons can help with my situation I'd appreciate it. Basically a number of our stores are being shut down, and as this is all happening we're getting increasingly busier and busier. I'm working at an already understaffed pharmacy with minimal training working register all day and performing COVID PCR tests in long lines (some days only getting one break). We're basically doing the work of a clinic. I don't have any time for any actual job training or education because of how busy we are. Since one of my coworkers will be moving to another state - I think my options are limited. I don't have my license, but I still want to work. Someone suggested I work at a clinic and perform COVID tests, others advise I could work at smaller, local pharmacies without my license. It's a mess, and I really like the idea of being a Pharmacy Tech - but COVID really ruined everything.
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>>65160516
But why lie? There is little reason to do so seeing none have a permanent identify on an anonymous forum. With this in mind it might be safer to assume truth.

>>65160636
Ok. I guess if I were you I would save up to travel somewhere there is work you're interested in. You could try rural stuff too as some companies travel around the country for work like in the forestry sector so if you have a driver's license that could be an option. Look on any website that's hiring, even forums. Get put through some training and be on your way. Up to you to see the stars and what to head towards.
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>>65148653
>job
Training and quality manager at a BPO company
>how many hours you work a week
I'm at the office 39 hours per week, but only spend about 20% of that time doing any real work
>favorite lift
Squats
>how many hours you workout a week
5-6 hours
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>>65160645
I would leave that shit job asap. Performing meme tests and infinitum in a wagie environment sounds peak doodoo.
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>>65156250
what field?
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>>65148653
>Software QA
>50-60
>DB OHP
>5 lifting 4 cardio
If you want to be an IT project manager you should have an IT engineering background (comp sci/sw eng/it masters degree) and aquire agile methodology certifications. Listen to the buzzwords that your PM's throw out and repeat them. Go to an agile conference that's near you and talk to as many people as humanly possible and engross yourself in the lingo. Once you have the lingo down you should be able to bullshit your way through an interview. You're probably not going to make $150k though lol. Lead developer roles are better.
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>>65151318
>scrum master
I had to google this term as I'd never heard of it before. What the hell man, do companies really payatge salaries to people for this shit?
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>>65160921
Big companies have them so that the business leadership doesn't have to do any day-to-day management of their development resources. They exist to just keep dev teams on task.
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Data Engineer
About three
Deadlift
Probably about 10-12 hours a week
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No wonder /fit/ is the way it is, it's filled with maladapted STEMspergs.
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>>65161035
We're rather well adapted to the current year. I'm almost at two years with my company and I've only been into the office twice to sign papers. I do most of my work from a comfy chair in my home office with a bong and a glass of whisky. I take naps or lift during my lunch break and make lunch during meetings.
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>>65148653
software dev
50-60
bench press
5
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>>65148653
>I deliver for doordash on my bicycle
The pay is trash but i have freedom and get paid to do cardio
>about 10
>deadlift
>5 or 6
If you consider cycling a workout, then around 20
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>Unemployed student (aerospace engineering ‘22)
>Don’t work so just jack off 3 times a day which avgs 0.5-1 hr a day
>OHP at 215lbs (smithfag @ planet fatness for the poor thots)
>~10 hours a week
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>>65161035
>implying anyone here is telling the truth
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>>65148653
financial asset and portfolio manager
38,5
farmers walk and ohp
5-7
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>>65157786
the final outcome of all diversity is homogenity.
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Is it just me or does this board seem to be ageing? For years this board was mostly college students and teenagers now it feels like half the board is 30+. Why did all the oldfags suddenly decide to start working out?
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>>65161277
are you retarded?
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>>65161277
people get older? hmm, weird concept. Maybe more people will adapt that "aging" thing to their lives in the future...
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>>65161302
yes but all the threads are full of old people now. It was like two years ago that almost everyone here was in college or was "18" years old its not like people age 10 years in 2 years
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>>65161328
>aging 10 years in 2 years
>doctors hate that trick
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>>65161322
how did people age a decade in 2-3 years. It wasn't very long ago we had daily college gym threads and threads about what parties people went to and tinder threads up all the time
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>>65161351
idk man but is your life plan to stay at college for 10 years or what?
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>>65161277
>>65161328
>>65161347
>>65161351
>why did we have a sudden influx of college age anons during worldwide lockdowns
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>>65161347
are you one of the newfag old people
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>>65161379
dude i was here when desu and sucking off moot was still a thing...
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>>65161373
no but the events i'm describing were like 2 years ago also you would expect the average age to stay the same as time passes and new people replace the old
>>65161377
no thats the point, there are less now than there were before corona
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>>65148653

>Reseller
>20-40
>OHP
>10-12
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>>65161391
how long have you been on /fit/?
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>>65149456
>Any suggestions?
bump
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>>65148653
>job
Its too specialized for me to say without doxxing myself but I'm in a paid trainee tech position
>how many hours you work a week
40, but I spend most of that watching youtube or playing fire emblem, because my job is remote and I don't get that much work
>favorite lift
Squatting
>how many hours you workout a week
Just resistance training? Maybe 5-6.
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>>65161277
4chan is a millennial board obviously
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>>65161411
since it was created back in idk 2008 2009ish? been a long time.
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>>65161445
/fit/ hasn't been around that long, go away
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>>65161458
dude /fit/ is a rather "old" board. wtf are you talking about newfag?
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>>65161438
2 years ago my estimated average age on this board was about 18-22 now i'd estimate its risen to about 29 due to fat wizards migrating here
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>>65160645
Why are they getting shut down? Shouldnt you guys be making bank right now?
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>>65148653
army officer
40-50
Superset Bench & Chin-up
30 mins - hour / day at work + my own sessions 5 - 6 times a week so anywhere from 5 - 10 hours / wk
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>>65161470
>maybe if I call him a newfag he won't notice that i'm new
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>>65160516
Being a neet is glorified on 4chan though. When I was a neet I never lied about it here.
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>>65161500
god you're a retarded one. go back having a fucking zoomer meltdown and commit a hero.
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>>65148653
>Job
Venue worker at a zoo
>Work hours
35-40
>Favorite lift
Bench
>Gym Hours
Around 6 hours per week
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>>65158700
Post body. I don't care if male or female.
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>>65161511
lurk moar
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>>65148653
>oilfield
>168 hours
>weighted pull up
>none while I’m on my hitch but about an hour a day on my two weeks off
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>>65148844
Lololol you fucking quit your job to write teenage romance novels?
My fucking sides.
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>>65161490
Realistically if the tranny top brass ever ever sent you guys to attack cis heteronormative white male trump supporters, do you think you guys would go along or would there be some break in the ranks?
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>>65161544
How does someone get into this if they're an eastcoaster with literally no experience in the field? I don't need it now but I daydreamed about going out to wyoming and starting a new life when I was a neet.
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Are trades worth it or should I go into software engi?
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>>65161707
Are you still in highschool?
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>>65161707
Also would you have to take out loans to go to college, or could you get scholarships/your parents pay for it?
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>>65161713
>>65161728
Graduated last year, been fucking around for a few months trying to find out what I want to do (and just being a NEET)
Parents would be paying for it if I went to college
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Service desk - but i wanna learn AWS because learning and certificates are fun and profitable.
40
Curl
3x a week and i circuit so about 3 - 5 hours depending on how fast it goes.
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>>65161741
Dude. Get a cert or trade and to go school at 21 when you have money and job experience. Trust me. College at 18 is a trap. Grow up a lil. If you walk in as a grown man who has worked you will drown in pussy or get a gf, so don't even sweat it and ignore the FOMO.
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>>65161741
If you're not taking out loans I'd say go for college. Just make sure you go in with a strong work ethic, stay on top of your shit, don't fuck up your grades your first couple years like me and spend the rest of your time playing catch up.

The jobs that you'll get from college, if you get a decent degree, pay way more and are waaaay less physically intensive as trade jobs. I'm on my second job though and I'm getting paid probably twice as much as I would if I was a tradey. You also meet a lot of people while you're at college. The greatest benefit I got from college though is in the end I figured out how to get my shit together in it.

The benefit of trade jobs are that you wouldnt have to go into debt for them, theres security in that you'll always be needed, and this ones a bit subjective but I'd say they're a bit more honest and honorable working with your hands not sitting on your ass the whole day. A negative that people don't bring up is that they're actually very nepotistic so you'd likely need to know someone to get a decent trade position. As well the physical toll can be taxing for later in life.
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>Waiter
>30
>OHP
>5

I make 60k a year doing the easiest shit ever, part time. Underemployment has its perks
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>looks like I'm gonna be a NEET soon, I didn't get any scholarships and I've run out of money
>historian applying for PhD programs
>worked as a teacher's assistant at one point
>tended a little bar as a student, gonna try get a bartender job until fall comes and I might finally get into a program
>as many as I can keep the motivation to apply for conferences, programs, and other academic shit
>it's gonna be neck hangs pretty fucking soon
>swimming, because hernia keeps me from deadlifting
>4-5
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>>65161398
>no thats the point, there are less now than there were before corona
That’s what sudden influx means nigga not everyone is bound to stay
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>>65161911
no you dont mr. wendys
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>>65149226
Fellow translator here. What country/language pairs? Freelance or in house? About to quit my bartending job to start freelancing and I don't know where to start lmao
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>>65152275
Fuck that
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>>65157773
nr2 worldwide for architecture

nice try nigger
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>>65149226
Cool. I´m just got my bachelor in translation. How much are you earning, bro?
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>>65156033
Is that labor shortage actually real or is FedEx lying
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>WELFARE LEECH (GI bill)
>Zero
>Weighted dip
>Six
I hate my life bros, somehow everyone in my occfield is getting $100k jobs and i’m stuck here sucking my own dick in community college
>don’t be a sad cunt m8
i’m trying here, i ain’t given up hope
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>>65148653
Parts delivery driver
40-50
Decline dumbbell bench or reverse curls
6 or so hours a week, sometimes 7



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