I know I probably won't get it. I was a slacker for too long. They see gaps in employment or lack of high school education and they automatically turn down the applicant.
There's a lot of jobs I can get in my state. I'm lucky I guess, for that. Many people complain about not being able to find work, I have no problem with that. I just can't get the job I want most. The job involves lifting heavy stuff daily which I enjoy. It involves working long hours even on weekends, no days off. I enjoy that type of stuff. The pay is over 20,000 a year, which to me is great, may not seem like much to the rest of you, but when you don't have to spend any of that money and can just save it up, you can make a lot more by investing it, starting your own businesses, etc. I'd save it up for about 3 years and then buy a house, rent it to people and live in the woods while doing so, living off the land. That way I get a check each month and not have to work at all. There's other things I'd do, too.
But I guess I shouldn't think about it now. I'll have to find some job that uneducated fuckwits do, which may even have higher pay, but it'll not be close to home and won't be the best for me. It's kind of funny when people whine about mexicans stealing their jobs. I live in a state with probably more mexicans than any other and yet I haven't got any trouble finding a job. Just can't get the one I want like I said.
Life is a drag sometimes. Moral of the story: finish your education and don't be a lazy basket case.