Success I received a job offer on linkedin

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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
I've already told my story to a few people here, but I'll try to summarise it again.
I graduated from university in 2013, did a six-month internship and ended up resigning because my mind was fucked. That was the only time I ever worked. During my time as a NEET, I ended up getting involved with open source projects and learnt a lot about programming. My dad recommended I create a linkedin account last month and try out some jobs. I ended up following his advice and last week I created my account. Today I received a message from a recruiter offering a position as a programmer, salary 60k/year plus some benefits.
It would be a great opportunity, but I'm pretty sure they'll give up on me as soon as I switch on the camera to do the interview. I'm on the spectrum and I'm terrible at talking to people who aren't my father or brother.
I spoke to the recruiter on the phone, but I didn't make it clear that I'm NEET and that I have problems socialising and talking to people. What do you think? Should I go all the way?
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
no harm in trying if you dont get NEETbux
I would say it's impossible for me to get NEETbux here since I have a degree and I was working registered, I can't fit in any government aid.
My father basically handles all the bills here, but he's getting old, I feel bad for him so I don't want to be a burden anymore.
I know that I'll probably fail at this, but maybe it's time to say goodbye to the good old NEET days.
 
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
grown man crying most programmers are autist incels so why couldn鈥檛 you do it
Don't know if I agree with you. In my class everyone was the typical normie you see in any other course such as Engineering, Law, Business Admin, Economics etc. I was literally the only autistic fat boy in the classroom.
 
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
Wow, another high IQ stemcel gets a really good job! Kill yourself
It's not like I remember all the shit I did in college. In fact 99% of my current knowledge comes from the time I contributed to open source projects.
I wouldn't mind helping you with the basics if you will. I want to make people better, specially fellow NEETs.
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Atila

Atila

xi菐o b谩i li菐n
Dec 2, 2020
18,413
It's not like I remember all the shit I did in college. In fact 99% of my current knowledge comes from the time I contributed to open source projects.
I wouldn't mind helping you with the basics if you will. I want to make people better, specially fellow NEETs.
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what skills you do have then
 
uglyboi1

uglyboi1

will work when MTN, 6'3ft, no hand/arm pain and NT
Dec 12, 2021
3,372
Don't know if I agree with you. In my class everyone was the typical normie you see in any other course such as Engineering, Law, Business Admin, Economics etc. I was literally the only autistic fat boy in the classroom.
probably true tbh all the men i see at university (online) look fairly normal
It's not like I remember all the shit I did in college. In fact 99% of my current knowledge comes from the time I contributed to open source projects.
I wouldn't mind helping you with the basics if you will. I want to make people better, specially fellow NEETs.
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Impossible with brain damage sadly
 
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
what skills you do have then
Basically web (vue, react, node and a little bit of angular). I contributed to some some projects in Python (Mason) and C (Emscripten). It's nothing out of this world, but I would say that I have a shallow knowledge about a lot of different things.
 
uglyboi1

uglyboi1

will work when MTN, 6'3ft, no hand/arm pain and NT
Dec 12, 2021
3,372
Basically web (vue, react, node and a little bit of angular). I contributed to some some projects in Python (Mason) and C (Emscripten). It's nothing out of this world, but I would say that I have a shallow knowledge about a lot of different things.
chadlite settings
 
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
Skills in a neet forum jfl
What you do on your free time? I can't stand watching anime all day and vidya doesn't satisfies me anymore, so I have programming as a hobby. It's not like an actual profession lol
 
Atila

Atila

xi菐o b谩i li菐n
Dec 2, 2020
18,413
Basically web (vue, react, node and a little bit of angular). I contributed to some some projects in Python (Mason) and C (Emscripten). It's nothing out of this world, but I would say that I have a shallow knowledge about a lot of different things.
If your a real tryhard you can put everything you did on your GitHub should be getting hired instantly
 
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
Ive applied to over 1000 jobs and some niggas get offers without even applying
Probably because programming is on its ATH right now. What's your field of expertise?
If your a real tryhard you can put everything you did on your GitHub should be getting hired instantly
My "experience" is basically my Github contributions actually. I didn't even put my internship because it was 10 years ago and I wanted to avoid unnecessary questions.
 
Zangano1

Zangano1

slave
Dec 28, 2020
3,653
Probably because programming is on its ATH right now. What's your field of expertise?

My "experience" is basically my Github contributions actually. I didn't even put my internship because it was 10 years ago and I wanted to avoid unnecessary questions.
business and finance
 
poorcel

poorcel

NEET
Oct 1, 2023
233
I was hoping for a NEET success but you already had a diploma lol.
 
RNT

RNT

Day 72 of K-Pop.
Aug 23, 2023
471
The last we talked, @UglyBastard's expectations went from 60k/yr to 20k/yr - granted he lives in Southern Europe.

Random UglyBastard lore:
- he knows Japanese language
- he writes novels
- he supports Ant贸nio de Oliveira Salazar
- he wrote trading bots for Binance when Bitcoin costed less than $1,000
- he refuses to continue posting on NEETS.Net, courtesy of @Dio.

I was hoping for a NEET success but you already had a diploma lol.
I don't understand where you are going with this

This is not a club for dumb people, we have random info drops on how casinos work and I expect one on why Prolog is the best programming language (@位-calculus)
 
位-calculus

位-calculus

Documenting my journey to the sewer
Oct 24, 2023
133
and I expect one on why Prolog is the best programming language (@位-calculus)
jajaja we'll see.
Anyways, 60k a year sounds like a good salary @UglyBastard, I would take it if I was you. Although you do have a degree so maybe you can aim for higher. I don't have a degree so I can't get shit and it's frustrating not gonna lie. I'm thinking of taking the CCNA exams and maybe get hired for networking, but even that seems out of reach without a college degree.
 
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UglyBastard

NEET
Mar 28, 2023
1,109
jajaja we'll see.
Anyways, 60k a year sounds like a good salary @UglyBastard, I would take it if I was you. Although you do have a degree so maybe you can aim for higher. I don't have a degree so I can't get shit and it's frustrating not gonna lie. I'm thinking of taking the CCNA exams and maybe get hired for networking, but even that seems out of reach without a college degree.
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It turned out I didn't got accepted on that job. They told me that even though I had some knowledge about programming and performed well on the interviews, I lack professional experience. I did other 2 interviews (paying 25-40k/year) and only got accepted on the company that was willing to pay 25k. To be honest, it is not really a good salary, even for EUW.
I simply gave up on finding a good job. Programming is dead. When I graduated (almost 10 years ago) 35k was the average salary of an intern, nowadays they want to pay the same thing for a junior/mid-level developer. It's over. Pajeets and niggers destroyed programming.
 
Constans

Constans

Neetzschean
Oct 31, 2023
307
View attachment 95533It turned out I didn't got accepted on that job. They told me that even though I had some knowledge about programming and performed well on the interviews, I lack professional experience. I did other 2 interviews (paying 25-40k/year) and only got accepted on the company that was willing to pay 25k. To be honest, it is not really a good salary, even for EUW.
I simply gave up on finding a good job. Programming is dead. When I graduated (almost 10 years ago) 35k was the average salary of an intern, nowadays they want to pay the same thing for a junior/mid-level developer. It's over. Pajeets and niggers destroyed programming.
Yes, programming was hyped up the last decade to such an extend that there鈥檚 a market saturation
Zoomer graduates are in for a rude awakening once they join the work force and they don鈥檛 get the big bux they鈥檝e been expecting
 
Unemployed

Unemployed

GM of Neets
Nov 28, 2020
4,569
I lack professional experience.
The story of my life.

Even though I got loads of personal projects that have earned me a small amount of money.

It's not enough money for me to call myself a professional.

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