Employers biased against Incels?

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Employers biased against Incels?

Post by reg509 » March 2nd, 2019, 8:21 am

I'm 19 living with my parents and have never had a job yet. Believe me it's not for a lack of trying. Jobs seem to be as elusive to me as women. I'm not joking. I was thinking about it earlier and I've realised that finding a job is just as rigged against people like us as finding a date is. All the applications I've filled out all have one thing in common. Those dumb survey style personal questions that try to determine how you think and what kind of person you are. They're the reason I haven't got a job yet, because I'm too honest when I answer those damned questions.

No I am not a positive thinking energetic normie who can put on a convincing smile for the customer and pretend I'm not living in hell. No I am not comfortable working with femoids who would taunt and discriminate against me like all the others do, yet if I retaliate in the slightest way I'll surely be fired, sued or both. No I do not care about coworkers or their personal problems, they wouldn't care about me or mine, just like everyone else in my entire life. In 20 years I see myself dead for the past 19 years.

They say it doesn't matter how you answer, but I've become certain that answering no on certain questions automatically voids your application. People talk so much about employers not being able to discriminate who they hire based on things like religion, race, gender, well why is it acceptable to discriminate based on social status? How am I supposed to "improve myself" when I can't make any money? How am I supposed to "start at the bottom and work my way up" when I can't even get a chance at the bottom?

This system is tuly rigged against us. That's why on my latest application I choked out my soul and swallowed any self respect I had for long enough to answer the questions the way they want me to. "I try to be positive and receptive to other people" "I see myself working a long and prosperous career with your company" etc. Maybe this will be the one.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by tremor » March 2nd, 2019, 10:05 am

LARPing as a submissive obedient soyboy could indeed be helpful. Best of luck to you tbh.
Many employers seek obedience, not excellence these days. Also good looks, it's useful for the company's image.
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To be fair, it's reasonable when it comes to low-tier jobs, since those who apply usually are unlikely to possess valuable skills anyway.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by Nostalgicel » March 2nd, 2019, 10:15 am

agree
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by theincelcrowd » March 2nd, 2019, 1:41 pm

I am in the same boat as you right now, I'm searching for a job right now but I get stuck when they all ask for things like work experience or hobbies. I don't do much outside of school because I struggle to get along with many of the others in my age range. What could I do to fill this blank in my resume. My parents are really pressuring me to get a job so I will take any advice
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by curiouscreature » March 2nd, 2019, 1:46 pm

Apart from being an incel, you're also pessimistic and far too truthful. Nobody in their right mind would hire an incel who doesn't care for the team, is pessimistic, shares their dark secrets in an application form than a clever, social person whose kind and cares about the well being for the team (or at least appears to be). Answer like a top candidate, co-operate well with all the members even the females even if you don't want to or stop complaining about life being unfair when you're not even playing by the rules.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by reg509 » March 2nd, 2019, 5:29 pm

curiouscreature wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 1:46 pm
Apart from being an incel, you're also pessimistic and far too truthful. Nobody in their right mind would hire an incel who doesn't care for the team, is pessimistic, shares their dark secrets in an application form than a clever, social person whose kind and cares about the well being for the team (or at least appears to be). Answer like a top candidate, co-operate well with all the members even the females even if you don't want to or stop complaining about life being unfair when you're not even playing by the rules.
"Stop complaining about life being unfair" Why are you even here? No one wants your normie advice.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by reg509 » March 2nd, 2019, 5:36 pm

theincelcrowd wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 1:41 pm
I am in the same boat as you right now, I'm searching for a job right now but I get stuck when they all ask for things like work experience or hobbies. I don't do much outside of school because I struggle to get along with many of the others in my age range. What could I do to fill this blank in my resume. My parents are really pressuring me to get a job so I will take any advice
I always put "none" in those boxes and I'm sure that's another reason I'm always declined. It's systematically rigged against Incels and unpopular people. But we're supposed to "improve ourselves" by finding a job and things like that, says the normies, yet they don't get that it's not that simple for us.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by Nojudgement » March 2nd, 2019, 7:53 pm

Imagine it from the perspective of your future manager. Would you want someone in your team who openly tells you that they don't get on with others, don't want to work together in a team and don't like being polite or smiling?

If I were the manager, that's definitely not someone I would hire just because I know how much extra stress and hassle it's going to cause me as I need to deal with conflicts between staff and possibly with customers. Perhaps I might make an exception if the person had some incredibly important and rare skills (e.g. native speaker of 3 languages/high level blockchain programmer/multi-million salesperson) but even then I would think twice. Basically, I know I'm going to have to do work to make sure my team are getting along but if I know in advance that someone isn't going to get along or doesn't show an interest in trying, then I'm definitely not hiring them.

If you want to work somewhere, there are certain rules that exist. It sounds like you're talking about a customer facing job of some kind. In that case, one rule is that you have to show a good face to the customer. It's just part of the deal. If you can't do that, then you can't do the job. Working in a team is also pretty standard and if you can't do that, again you're going to have problems doing the job. It's just like I wouldn't hire a bouncer who is not physically tough enough to break and up manage drunk fights. That's the job after all.

You can learn to get by in any job, even if you don't love it. Most people don't love their work and definitely not their first ever job(s). Those tend to be basic and just a place to learn the skills you need to move onwards to something you enjoy more.

From 18 - 26 I had pretty m'eh jobs that I got paid for but didn't like. After 26 I started teaching English abroad and really enjoyed that, then I changed into soft skills training at about 30 and that was, and is, amazing for me. It takes time to get there though.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by Nojudgement » March 2nd, 2019, 7:56 pm

theincelcrowd wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 1:41 pm
I am in the same boat as you right now, I'm searching for a job right now but I get stuck when they all ask for things like work experience or hobbies. I don't do much outside of school because I struggle to get along with many of the others in my age range. What could I do to fill this blank in my resume. My parents are really pressuring me to get a job so I will take any advice
In this case, you can always go for some basic things that are pretty easy to fake or do alone.

E.g.
- I love reading (XYZ genres)
- I enjoy music
- I appreciate films

Then if they even ask about it, you can talk a bit about what things you prefer and then go on from there. Unless you put something really weird or interesting on there, I think most interviews won't bring it up.
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Re: Employers biased against Incels?

Post by tremor » March 2nd, 2019, 9:02 pm

reg509 wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 5:29 pm
"Stop complaining about life being unfair" Why are you even here? No one wants your normie advice.
I find it extremely amusing and joyful how typical normie advice always has a blackpilled lining.

Normans who tell one to be themselves and honest, argue that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, claim that everyone should remain unique, protect the idea that nobody is entitled to anything at the same time recommend being:

1. A hypocrite and a liar (just like other normies)
Nobody in their right mind would hire an incel who doesn't care for the team, is pessimistic, shares their dark secrets in an application form than a clever, social person whose kind and cares about the well being for the team
2. A universally "good guy", even though it's all supposedly muh subjective in their bluepilled dreamworld.
Answer like a top candidate, co-operate well with all the members even the females even if you don't want to or stop complaining about life being unfair
3. A submissive disposable altruistic NPC
cares about the well being for the team
Apart from being an incel, you're also pessimistic and far too truthful.
So much for diversity and being yourself.

4. A slave to unwritten rules
when you're not even playing by the rules.
OP actually followed all the openly stated rules, so he should have succeeded, but...
stop complaining about life being unfair
...IRL there are some other rules which nobody dares to voice and if you sweaty don't know them it's your problem.

And the rules are that your life does not matter if you're a sub-Chad male. You can only stay a part of the society if you successfully fraud your worth or are a totally depersonalized cannon fodder and even for that you are expected to be grateful, even though you will not get anything in return for your contribution to the community's well-being.
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