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Old August 4th, 2018, 10:32 AM
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Due to some reasons some people are unable to work with speed and efficiency. It is impossible for them to do the amount of work that normal people do in stipulated time. They take whole day to complete what others do in two hours.

It's not about IQ because clerical and manual setup tasks don't require high IQ. And above type people get selected for the job because at the time of interview only mental abilities are evaluated and OTHER ATTRIBUTES that are crucial for speed and efficiency are not even thought of.

Of course, in usual circumstances such people are fired. How are such people supposed to survive? The scenario is either moderate/high salary or no salary at all.

People like me yearn for low salary but a secure job. We give our 100% and also a bit extra time. But our output is only a small fraction of the average. So why not give us a small fraction of the average salary? We crave for low pay. When there was an unannounced increment, I was annoyed and it made me uneasy. Because increment means there would be more taunts of not doing work and yet taking salary. When I expressed my unhappiness over the unasked increment, the boss forbid me from telling this to management because doing so may affect other's salaries.

So what jobs fulfill this neuropsychiatric need of paltry salary from light work for well-educated? Or are such jobs yet to be invented? And given the rampant unemployment in the country, how to prevent the mentally healthy people from grabbing such jobs?

By the way, how do mentally retarded pull through life? What professions do they take up?
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Old August 4th, 2018, 12:17 PM
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Re: Right to low salary (low paying) jobs

There are many such jobs. Like doing the photo copy in an organization. Or cashier's work in a bank. Do you concur?
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Old August 4th, 2018, 12:25 PM
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Like doing the photo copy in an organization.
Photocopying seems attractive proposition but only if there is no rush. If too many people come at once, it would be difficult to handle the pressure.
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Old August 4th, 2018, 12:29 PM
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Or cashier's work in a bank.
No. Cashier's job involves tremendous vigilance and you have to be quick. It also involves counting currency notes, right?
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Old August 4th, 2018, 12:33 PM
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@Napolean

Did you read the OP? The issue is not IQ. The issue is being organised, fast and completing the clerical/manual setup tasks without error.
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Old August 6th, 2018, 09:37 AM
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In this fast-paced world that we have created for ourselves, you are sh*gar-out of luck here. Your best bet will be to find a rich man's daughter and then live your life in luxury and leisure. Just sit by the swimming pool all day and sip wine/whiskey. You will need to buff up your body for this... else what reason rich man's daughter marry you
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Old August 6th, 2018, 10:53 AM
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Secure means secure for me. Look at my specific handicaps.

1. For instance, office attendor, you know the chaprasi who physically carries files from one table/section to another. I think it doesn't involve any clerical or manual assembly setup tasks. So there is less or no scope for errors or tardiness. So little chance of dismissal from job or scolding.

2. Another example is that of staff in restaurants who carry away the plates after customers finish the meal. They are not waiters. Waiters are there to serve food. The folks I am referring to are for clearing the table after the customer leaves the table. What are they called?

Do those employees also have to wash the utensils? Not that I am unwilling. But I take staggeringly long time in washing utensils.
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Old August 6th, 2018, 11:21 AM
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By the way, bracing for another round of scolding on coming Friday.
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Re: Right to low salary (low paying) jobs

You bring up important points and reminded me of this saying...

"Udyogam purusha lakshanam"

consider this example of a man - who does not really need money, is well off etc..

society still expects him to be gainfully occupied/employed.. his wife has this expectation of him - his children have a need to look up to him.. so for all the above reasons he needs to have an occupation. the man has to work - not because he needs the money, but because society does not take kindly to someone who is idle 100% of the time.

So the next question is where can this person work where he will not get fired.. ? NGO's ?, a personal enterprise/business of sorts which does not necessarily need to turn a profit as long as it does not turn a loss ( remember - society will not allow this person to run a loss making enterprise either on a continuous basis - people are going to say - look at this chutya keeps losing money, does not know how to run a business, is useless etc and put pressure on him in that sense)

ideally i would think a social enterprise.. which helps the less fortunate might be a good fit.. if an existing setup will not accept you, then you may have to create one.. give yourself a fancy title - print a few visiting cards employ a few other nikammas and you should be all set.
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You bring up important points and reminded me of this saying...

"Udyogam purusha lakshanam"

consider this example of a man - who does not really need money, is well off etc..

society still expects him to be gainfully occupied/employed.. his wife has this expectation of him - his children have a need to look up to him.. so for all the above reasons he needs to have an occupation. the man has to work - not because he needs the money, but because society does not take kindly to someone who is idle 100% of the time.

So the next question is where can this person work where he will not get fired.. ? NGO's ?, a personal enterprise/business of sorts which does not necessarily need to turn a profit as long as it does not turn a loss ( remember - society will not allow this person to run a loss making enterprise either on a continuous basis - people are going to say - look at this chutya keeps losing money, does not know how to run a business, is useless etc and put pressure on him in that sense)

ideally i would think a social enterprise.. which helps the less fortunate might be a good fit.. if an existing setup will not accept you, then you may have to create one.. give yourself a fancy title - print a few visiting cards employ a few other nikammas and you should be all set.
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Re: Right to low salary (low paying) jobs

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You bring up important points and reminded me of this saying...

"Udyogam purusha lakshanam"

consider this example of a man - who does not really need money, is well off etc..

society still expects him to be gainfully occupied/employed.. his wife has this expectation of him - his children have a need to look up to him.. so for all the above reasons he needs to have an occupation. the man has to work - not because he needs the money, but because society does not take kindly to someone who is idle 100% of the time.

So the next question is where can this person work where he will not get fired.. ? NGO's ?, a personal enterprise/business of sorts which does not necessarily need to turn a profit as long as it does not turn a loss ( remember - society will not allow this person to run a loss making enterprise either on a continuous basis - people are going to say - look at this chutya keeps losing money, does not know how to run a business, is useless etc and put pressure on him in that sense)

ideally i would think a social enterprise.. which helps the less fortunate might be a good fit.. if an existing setup will not accept you, then you may have to create one.. give yourself a fancy title - print a few visiting cards employ a few other nikammas and you should be all set.
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Why dont you migrate to some communist country where you will be fed by the government and given an assured job. So your IQ does not matter at all.

But you cannot go to China today though China is communist because there they are now into very high speed of things like manufacturing and business. So China is not a good place for you...

Hmmm... well, you can try polishing shoes on the railway station like Dadar or Bandra in Mumbai. Very low paying job and needs no IQ or any kind of training except how to polish shoes. Seriously! Try this.
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How do I earn my livelihood, my bread and butter?
1. I know there are plenty of jobs in places like Walmart etc where they do overnight stocking of things they sell.
Home depot is another example. They print out a list of things around 10 PM when the store closes. It contains the things they sold during the day. A group of people stock those items back in the shelves during the night. Sounds like a straightforward job to me.

2. Another avenue could be food-packing for airlines. Basically whatever you see being served on the planes are first packed right...it happens the night before. During my university days, my friend used to do this.

3. You can also apply for jobs at a local nursery. basically watering the plants, taking the weeds out etc. In off-season, you can tend to indoor plants. check it out.
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Why dont you migrate to some communist country where you will be fed by the government and given an assured job. So your IQ does not matter at all.

But you cannot go to China today though China is communist because there they are now into very high speed of things like manufacturing and business. So China is not a good place for you...

Hmmm... well, you can try polishing shoes on the railway station like Dadar or Bandra in Mumbai. Very low paying job and needs no IQ or any kind of training except how to polish shoes. Seriously! Try this.
Does shoe polishing require any skills like cooking does? If you are not skilled your cooking would not be good. Can any unskilled guy do a good job of polishing?

By the way, it's not about IQ. Read second paragraph of OP. I think I have to edit-add a clarification.

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By the way, how do mentally retarded pull through life? What professions do they take up?
My cousin who is moderately autistic is given a job in candle making. Basically the school for special needs kids taught him this job and placed him in this group funded by government. This is in India.

My nephew, who is mildly autistic is being taught professional swimming. The intention is for him to be a swimming teacher (one on one basis); also in India. Plenty of things out there. Just keep an eye out or talk to a local counsellor.
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