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 No.217360

What job are wiz friendly? I need a to have good idea of jobs that are suitable for a 30 years old wiz.

 No.217361

night time security guard

 No.217362

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Plumbing, electrician, plasterboard installer. The pay is good, there is a lack of manpower, and since people don't know about the subject, they don't question too much.

 No.217363

Chat moderator

 No.217368

librarian, witch doctor, magician entertainer

 No.217370

>>217361
Why that job is so popular in the wizard community?

 No.217373

>>217362
Can I make 100k?

 No.217386

sysadmin, cybersecurity
>>217362
He's correct. Lower level tradies (carpenters) are difficult to be around, but the upper level tradie skills like electrical get decent money and have less scum.

(You won't make 100k, sorry wizzler. Only routes I know are own a company, work in finance, be a lawyer, be a top programmer…)

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How many of you would have balls to work in a oil rig?

>extremely remote, you literally work far away from the coast

>mostly males
>great view of the sea
>clean view of the stars at night
>pays really well

of course its not an easy job, but If you work hard for some years and save a lot you can retire earlier than you think

 No.217394

>>217362
Is welding worth it?
>>217393
What is the process of obtaining a job on an oil rig?

 No.217395

>>217393
I'd do it happily, but there seems to be quite the lineup for these mostly unskilled heavy labor jobs

 No.217396

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>>217393
>great view of the sea
>clean view of the stars at night

 No.217397

>>217394
all of these jobs are word of mouth or an impressive resume with credentials. The ones I'm familiar with have a cattle call where you're either lucky or you're not

 No.217398

>>217373
I don't know, I'm from South America and there are hardly any people who do these jobs, and those who do will rip your head off with the prices.

 No.217415

>>217370
Cause you're practically alone in an empty building and all you have to do is walk around every hour or so and wait until your shift is over. Bonus point if you get a comfy booth and can sit there watching movies or playing vidya. It doesn't get any more wizard friendly than that.

 No.217419

Until there's an actual robber. Also night shifts fuck you up quickly in long term. Doesn't matter since you're going to kill yourself, though. With suicide in mind, it's really a great job, you won't realize it until you worked 12 hour shifts at a factory. Daytime jobs are shit. You can have relatively comfy positions in power grid maintenance but that requires fuckton of competence and isn't without wiz-hostile aspects. Still much better than dealing with low iq normalniggers on some low end 800$ a month ass wiping job.

 No.217427

>>217386
We have to look to the future, and now most jobs will be automated by machines, or replaced with artificial intelligence. That is why, although it may seem counterintuitive, the jobs that will best be preserved are the common trades, since there is no machine that can replace them.

Apart from the rejection by young people of these jobs, the demand is increasing. I sent my younger brother to take a refrigeration course, and there was no one his age, everyone was 20 years old or older, but the most common age was over 30 years old, even with people over 60. But the truth is not relevant, since the demand is so high that practically everyone will get a job.

 No.217431

>>217427
Skilled, precise trades, like underwater welding are still absolutely in demand though and pay very well.

Hazard pay is something lol. Chance if you mess up or nature decides today's the day, you can well die. but thats why its nessesary.


….tell me that shade of danger and meeting it through sheer competency and disciprine to the craft (deluxe) don't stroke your pointy wiz hats just the right way though

 No.217436

>>217431
You don't have to go that far, just putting in an outlet can kill you if the wiring isn't done right, or if someone turns the power back on.

>>217394
Welding alone is highly profitable and in demand. You can make bars, gates, doors, make industrial furniture, and decorative objects. It really is quite versatile, and it is a job that is always required.

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 No.217524

>>217437
>breathing cement dust while smoking.
Yeah, this guy's lungs aren't gonna last long. This is the kind of job I would do if I was a normalfag with a succubus and children to support. Otherwise, you're slowly killing yourself and as a wizard you probably won't have anyone around to help you if you get sick.

 No.217525

>>217419
> it's really a great job, you won't realize it until you worked 12 hour shifts at a factory
That's exactly why I like it. I worked in a food factory and it fucking sucked. Not only you had to work 12 hour shifts breaking your back for a shit pay, but most of my coworkers were turbo-normies. There is nothing more soul-crushing than working in a loud ass factory. I'd rather get shot by a robber than work among normalfags again.

 No.217530

>>217524
The average normal person doesn't have enough balls to do that kind of work. Everyone loves their limbs enough to work on something like that. It's only a job for men.

 No.217546

>>217415
Night shift fuck your health up long term, but being a security guard in a booth during day time isn't that bad either depending on where you work

 No.217547

>>217530
Being a man =/= being dumb

 No.217549

You need to get real good at something and make money from it. Otherwise, you'll just bounce from shitty job to shitty job. You get older before you know it, and you will find people will give a lot less opportunity and leniency to you.

Sounds obvious to anyone right? For wizards, I would go as far as saying it's absolutely necessary to prevent a completely dreadful existence. Most people are actually awful and something like only 15% of the population are truly self-aware, so when you're different…

 No.217617

>>217549
Some people don't get the chance to develop any marketable skills at all.



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