He said to do something he loves, and he will never have to work again. He did say he wanted to be a park ranger, that much is true.
Do something you can handle." So they said they did something they loved that turned out to be bad. They didn't make any money and stopped enjoying what they used to love.
There were numerous comments on this piece of advice that the community wholeheartedly didn’t believe.
"Hand your resume right to a manager," said someone else. Tell them you'll work for free for a few days to show how hard you work.
"If you put your head down and work really hard, one day someone will notice you," was another piece of job advice that people no longer thought was useful.
Another piece of advice someone found useless was, “My grandparents keep telling me that I have to work, even if they don’t pay me.
Their aunt told them that they should learn how to use a phone book because they might not always have access to the internet.
One user said, “Your rent/mortgage should never be more than 25% of your income. It suggests you're living beyond your means.”
If you can’t pay a bill, just send them $5. As long as you pay something the company will work with you.”
A user shared their grandparents told him that they easily can pay for college with a part-time job.