So whenever I work a job that’s not sign holder and I don’t excel I get depressed and quit along with used to turn to alcohol but not anymore. I’m only good at sign holder jobs, mascot jobs, and snow shoveling jobs.
I got a business administration diploma from a two year college diploma at four years with a 3.46 gpa and i finished in four years because i have anxiety since I dropped three courses one of them twice because I thought i was gonna fail all three and get a low gpa but I took summer school and passed all three with a 3.46 gpa. Also anxiety affects me in non sign holder jobs like when I worry about job performance and how competent I am. I worked at warehouses and retail stores from 18 to 27 but lasted two to three months due to anxiety and I don’t have good listening skills in noisy environment. So far I’m only good in sign holder jobs since I’ve gotten email from sign holder jobs saying I have done a wonderful job with sign holder position and I work well. In my current sign holder job managers and owner are saying I’m doing good and invited me to Christmas party. I work as mascot in the summer and they said I did good job and keep inviting me in the summer season. I’ve worked snow shoveling in my neighborhood since I was 10 and I’m good at it. I’m 30 turning 31. I’ve gotten job gaps due to mental illness. I don’t have good motor skills and I can’t count change good.Are you unskilled? Uneducated? Unmotivated? Uninterested?
Yep I’m doomed to sign holder jobs making $18 an hour where the minimum wage is $16.59 and mascot jobs in the summer where I make $20 an hour. I been shoveling snow in my neighborhood and make $1000 per season for two houses. I started with one house when I was 10 at $500 and at 18 with two houses.You certainly have some challenges to overcome. You either learn to overcome them or be stuck in low paying positions that won’t afford you much of a lifestyle I’m afraid, which makes relationships difficult.
Thanks I live in Canada and I will look into that. I was originally born in USA but came to Canada at 11.Have you looked into vocational rehabilitation? I get the impression you want more than snow shoveling/sign holding jobs, which is very understandable, but it also appears you need help on figuring out a career and how to maintain a consistent job performance. They can help you figure out career goals, provide training for job skills, and possibly even job placement.
Thanks I live in Canada and I will look into that. I was originally born in USA but came to Canada at 11.
Yep I’m doomed to sign holder jobs making $18 an hour where the minimum wage is $16.59 and mascot jobs in the summer where I make $20 an hour. I been shoveling snow in my neighborhood and make $1000 per season for two houses. I started with one house when I was 10 at $500 and at 18 with two houses.
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