Looking for a job is like looking for a slavery

Are you currently unemployed? Did you lose your job from the company? Are you struggling with money?

You’re in the right place to be your own boss.

A lot of people are still looking for jobs to be slaves again, they’ve not enjoyed their job and look for another job.

When they applied for the job, got the job and still not happy about it. Unfortunately, most jobs are repetitive, where ever you work is going to be repetitive.

If people don’t like their job, they look for another job online and they don’t know there’s an online business, you can work from home.

Everyone got to work in life but what everyone thinks, they think everyone should be employees and work like a slave and build somebody’s dreams.

They think getting a job is part of life, what they don’t know is that they’re in the wrong path.

I know it’s important to work and get a job to earn money in life, you got to work hard and you got to earn money for living.

The society and the school system taught us, the only way to make money in life is to get a job, apply for jobs online and work hard. That’s how the school taught us is to get a regular 9-5 job. They never taught you to have financial freedom.

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My CV (curriculum vitae) 

This is my CV when I was working in a job. If you’re looking for a job, you need a CV to apply for jobs online. I signed up for indeed to look for jobs because I live in the UK, I don’t know do they use indeed in other countries like America. There are loads of jobs advertising on indeed. I’ve recently just lost my job because the company had to let me go because there weren’t enough jobs so they got to get rid of the agency workers.

Working in a job is not going to make you rich, no matter how long and how hard you work, you’re never going to get rich even if you been working there for 40 years, you’re still never going to get rich.

Jobs are not designed to make you rich, it’s to design to keep you normal.

I know having a normal life is boring, you can change it and take actions.

This is why working in a job is not going to make you rich:

  1. The job doesn’t pay you enough
  2. Getting taxed
  3. They charge your NI
  4. They charge your pensions for retirement
  5. The job gives you security
  6. Saving your money
  7. The money gives to the government
  8. Jobs are not designed to get rich
  9. Is to keep you trapped
  10. They keep you working like a slave and the money goes to the boss

This is why I don’t like working for someone because you be working as a slave, getting a low pay wage and no freedom.

Being your own boss and an entrepreneur is better because you have more freedom, at the same time is not easy because it takes hard work and dedication.

The expectation of your job vs the reality of your job

A lot of people when they first started the new job they loved their job, after a while like 6 months later or one year later they hate their job. They are like “why am I still here, I hate this place and I hate everybody that works here” this is what our human nature is like, we have so many expectations of what it really likes and when you face reality, that’s what it makes you hate your job. The job of your work can be boring and repetitive. You had no motivation to work because you warn out. You hate waking up every morning to go to work and still tired.
When you’re looking for a job, you have expectations of what the job is going to be like, is it a good job or a bad job, would you like it or hate it. We all got expectations of what the job is going to be like when you’re searching for jobs online. You apply for the job and send your CV to the employer, the employer looks at your CV and see are you suitable for the role. I used to applied loads of jobs online before I started my online business. My expectation of the jobs I applied for was getting security, earn some money and reach my goal. I was thinking about money because I wanted to make more money for my future, I was doing it the wrong way by trading more time for money.
The reality of jobs you applied for, you got the job, congratulations! The reality is slavery, you be working like a slave and building somebody’s dreams and make the rich get richer and you remain broke. This is what the reality of the job is, you get paid by the times you work, the time you start work and the time you finished. All you get is a salary or hourly rate. All the money goes to the boss. When your working in a job, you end up in the dead-end job with no hope. When I’m at work I always feel like a slave, being stuck in the stores picking parts and being told what to do.

This is what you should do if you want to get out of slavery:

  1. Take actions
  2. Start early
  3. Stop trading your time
  4. Discipline
  5. Learn more
  6. Be motivated
  7. Develop a skill
  8. Get out of your comfort zone
  9. Forget about indeed
  10. Be proactive

Skilled job 

Getting a skilled job is good like plumbing. You can start your own plumbing business and you can make good money. It’s a skilled job and you need a lot of training to do the job.
Working in the building site is hard work and rewarding. It’s physical work for the people who are reliable to do the job on-site, it can be repetitive depends on what job you’re doing on-site. I have thought about working in the building site as a labourer. A labourer is someone working on-site, pushing a wheelbarrow and digging holes on site.

14 thoughts on “Looking for a job is like looking for a slavery”

  1. You are absolutely right. The only thing that is different between a job and a slavery is that we get paid for it. But boy, do we work! What I am doing with my job is just a mean for me to pay for my daily expense. I am getting myself training so I can finally have my business online. I am paying myself forst by learning so that eventually I can be my own boss 🙂

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  2. Even though I am in the professional field, working 6 days a week feels like slavery to me. In recent years, my physical health has deteriorated, my social circle shrunk to a pathetic stage and honestly, I am very unmotivated to work come Monday morning. On top of that, management really sucks and government taxes are all that – taxing! 6 years ago, I started a blog on a whim but it’s now making me a small stream of money. Glad I did it because that’s going to be my exit plan from a 9-5 job moving forward. 

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  3. I agree with you on this one, over the years looking for a job a really become a nightmare for many as the increasing population has made the availability of job reduce dramatically, most times when you even et an opportunity to apply you never just get picked. For me being your own boss is the best.

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  4. Thank you for this review, it’s indeed an eye opener. For me I believe self employed is more lucrative and stress free compare to working under someone. Since found out I can make money online in my bedroom, I stopped searching for jobs around with my qualifications. If I’m working for myself, I can actually go about other activities without any query.

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  5. 100% agree with what you’ve wrote my friend!

    I’ve been both, a worker and an entrepreneur. Both situations have advantages and disadvantages. Not being responsible for more than a handful of responsibilities is the one I could come up in regards to the first option. With responsibilities comes power, with power comes freedom.

    Freedom is a very nice word, nevertheless it’s a double-edged sword if you don’t have a clear vision. When you love what you’re doin, you just flow. When you do something to get what you love, you definitely need a plan on place.

    I became an online entrepreneur 2 years ago, getting my first 500 on a month was great, then I stop doing what I was doing, and things started to get wrong. There’s not such thing as “auto-pilot income generation”. I took my freedom down to debauchery.

    It takes discipline, but it’ll pay much more than just your monthly bills once you get yourself to the sweet spot in balance between doing what you need to do and actually wanting to do it!

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  6. Hello, 

    You are right saying that looking for the job is like looking for a slavery but…. it is a big question comes up: some people are good for non-skilled jobs. Some -are perfect for skilled jobs, and they like their jobs. If you are the type of person who expects everything now and has a hard time waiting for promotions and raises, you will always feel like you are enslaved. But if you are the type of person who knows that to move up in the company you will have to put in time and effort and go above and beyond to obtain a promotion or raise, you will understand that you might to stay in this position for a year or two before getting ahead. In this technological age, we are so used to having everything at our fingertips at a moment’s notice. So, this causes us to feel more enslaved in the workplace than ever before. Because we are used instant gratification, but it doesn’t happen like that in the workplace. Some people are great in corporate environments, and others are better off freelancing or self-employed. 

    On the part of “…..if you want to get out of slavery,” I wish to read more detailed explanations.

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  7. Hey, I enjoy a lot while reading your article on Looking for a job and find it very useful for everyone. The only different between a job and a slavery is that we get paid for it. While reading I know the reality is slavery, we are working like a slave and building somebody’s dreams and make the rich get richer and we remain broke. Now I started my own business online to help people to start their own business also.

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