Who's responsibility is it to become self-sufficient?
My father never went out of his way to
explain how to pay bills. I asked him,
and he said: you should have learned
those things at school. Well, they didn't
hold classes on that. I still don't know
how to pick a career on my own.
I thought parents are supposed to
explain how to do that. Advice Please.
- Anonymous1 month agoBest Answer
Your father failed you. Probably more ways than one (like mine). How to find a career? Do you have any interests? What do you like to do? After high school, I hadn't a clue. I tried restaurants, machine shops, food processing plants. Then, I was drafted & trained to do analyzing routine tasks. After that, I worked for the government & earned some college degrees and became an administrator. If you're in a dead end, look for something else while you're employed.
- ZirpLv 71 month ago
We don't live in the paleolithic anymore. NOBODY is self-sufficient.
Capitalism never provides a job with a living wage for everybody. If "too few" people are unemployed, wages spiral up
- linkus86Lv 71 month ago
The adult. An adult takes responsibility for themselves, not blame others.
- Anonymous1 month ago
You put a check in an envelope, seal it,
and then you mail it to whoever you owe money to.
Bill Paying Class is over.
thank you for attending.
ps. - send the bill to:
P.O. Box 1234
Collegetown, DA, 01254
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- Joe in texasLv 71 month ago
Try YouTube. If your dad never showed you how to put new line on the weed trimmer someone has made a great YouTube video on that.
- ioerrLv 71 month ago
a good set of parents would prepare their kids for these kinds of things, sure
- 1 month ago
It's your responsibility to become self-sufficient. That's literally what it means.If your parents and your school doesn't teach you, it is your responsibility to learn on your own.