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The pandemic crushed my career, so I shifted gears.

TL;DR: I got comfortable in marketing, lost my edge, the pandemic took my clients away so I took an online tech sales boot camp that helps you to find you a career and costs nothing upfront. It gives you access to other professionals and features Fireside Chats where you can speak with executives that followed a similar trajectory.

I’ve been bouncing between jobs FOREVER just to make my freelance marketing career work. Eventually, I ended up working at an Apple Store, and it was great. I managed to parlay a lot of the customers I’d teach there into clients of mine. It was working out so well that I had to leave Apple just to have enough time!

March 2020 comes around and a large majority of my clients shut their doors. I got lucky and got some work helping restaurants convert to be online-order ready, but that only lasted a couple of months. Many of my regular clients were closing permanently.

I decided to look into tech sales on a whim with the encouragement of some of my friends. I was recommended quite a few boot camps and programs to get up to speed but ended up on Flockjay.

There were many reasons I decided to go with Flockjay, but the main one is how they encourage people without sales experience to enroll, and how their main objective is to make tech a more inclusive industry.

I’m almost finished with the program now, and my resume has been revitalized by their professionals, updated on job boards, and I receive 3 or 4 pings every day about tech sales opportunities. It’s been great and I can’t wait to finish. The link I posted throughout is to a Medium post that goes into a little more detail. Check it out if you like, and decide for yourself. It has my email at the bottom, so feel free to reach out and speak with me.

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Does it get any better?

Some of you probably think I’m whining but just bear with me. I’m 19 and just looking to get experience. I’m currently enrolled in software engineering and looking to graduate in 2-3 years.

I recently started a call center job and am doing it for the summer. We just started training and I have to say it is so boring.

Endless presentations and constant speaking from my trainer. Typical 9-5.

I want to know if it gets any better after training? Because right now I’m bored out of my mind due to the constant rambling and don’t know if I can honestly put up with this.

If software and IT jobs are like this as well please let me know based off of your experiences

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Need help concerning dual monitors

This is gonna be a long post and I’m not that experienced in the tech industry so please bear with me and any help is appreciated

So I’m started a job with a company soon and it is a work at home position with my own personal laptop. I have met all the requirements except for one that I am having an issue with.

They require us to have 2 external monitors to work on and both have to be minimum 17 inches. Currently I’m a student and only have a laptop connected to ONE external monitor via HDMI. I must have an Ethernet connection for the position but I’ve already sorted that out.

My question is can my work company see or detect that I am working on a monitor that is not 17 inches. Preferably I want to just work on my laptop screen with an extended monitor, and if they can’t detect anything I’ll just go with that.

However if they can I will need a docking station so any cheap ones that you guys recommend would be greatly appreciated.

I am using a Lenovo ideapad S540 IWL as my laptop

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17yo with chronic illness looking for a job that pays $13+ per hour

So I’m a 17F (18 in September) who’s been dealing with chronic pain and sciatica that has gotten exponentially worse very quickly. I’m an AP art student in high school with a graphic design background and adobe certified– and I’ve been working at a grocery store in customer service since 2019. I’ve started using a cane at work because I can’t stand for more than half an hour to an hour without experiencing serious discomfort, which transitions into pain throughout the core muscles of my body at the 1.5-hour mark, and even with my cane once I hit 2.5 hours I’m done- I need to sit. But now that I am sitting while cashiering the stool they’ve given me is at the heights where it’s just a slightly more tolerable, different kind of pain that’s still extremely uncomfortable.

I currently make 10.70 and it’s just not enough to cover my meds anymore now that my painkillers have increased, not to mention I need to get my license and insurance is through the roof for someone my age (at least in the state I live). I’ve gotten scammed before with fake WAH opportunities and was wondering if anyone knew anything legit I could get into I’d love to hear some suggestions because I’m getting desperate. I’m tired of looking for jobs to apply to and getting redirected through three to four different sites that keep requiring my email or go through tests just to find the actual application.

I’ve become trapped in this cycle of working to pay for my needs, medical in particular- while hurting myself in the process, and I can’t afford to make under 13 an hour bare minimum, I can’t live paycheck to paycheck anymore and with every shift I work, with every day I have to work through longterm pain and discomfort, the more I dread and dislike a job I previously enjoyed and its been taking a large toll on my mental health. I need to work sitting down comfortably, I just can’t do this anymore- please, I’m in desperate need of suggestions, preferably from employees who’ve worked at those jobs who can tell me about them.

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Legit review writing gig: Make an extra $30 a month for 3 reviews plus get 3 free full size products.

Hello, I do not work from home full time, but I do a lot of small side work and gig work on the side.

I have been working with a legit marketing company that pays $35 for the first set of 3 product reviews and then $30 for each set after that. And the timing works out to be approximately once a month. You also get 3 full size products. This is legit and it’s not much, but I use the extra $$ for the beer fund or or movie night or whatever. The products are things like: Natural Room Freshener, Instant Tea powder, natural sweetener drops, hand sanitizer, etc etc..


  1. USA Resident

  2. Amazon Account that’s at least 6 months old, plus having spent a minimum of $50 on there since the account was created.

  3. PayPal Account

After you are verified, staff will email directions about the first product to buy. You put it in your cart to calculate the total and send a screen shot of the cart.

They will then paypal you in advance and usually send a bit extra for any paypal fees. After you verify the payment in paypal, you complete the pruchase and send a screenshot of the order completion and order No.

They do this for 3 different products and they respond very quickly. Remember, they send the paypal in advance of each purchase.

After that, you WAIT about 15-30 days until they email you again and you have a chance to use the products. You do not post reviews until they tell you.
Once you post a review of the products on Amazon (when they tell you to), they then send you $35 for the first three reviews, and $30 for each set of reviews after that.

I usually write my reviews in advance so I’m ready to cut and paste when they tell me it’s time to write the reviews. After than, 3 more products.

You can do it over and over. The only thing is you have to wait 15-30 days between each wave.

You will earn $35 for your first wave of products which is (3) products in each wave and $30 for every wave of (3) products after that…with no limit to the amount of purchase waves. Also, there is no obligation or contacts. It’s strictly gig work.

The company has been extremely fast to respond, very professional and totally on the up and up with payments.

The products cost around $10-$15 each and as a reminder, they pay you in advance of the purchase.

If you are interested, please use the MAIL FUNCTION and send me the following:

  • Your first name
  • Your email address
  • Your PayPal email address, if different than your email address.
  • Amazon Prime membership: Yes or No

This is your first test: Please do NOT use the chat function as I do not use the chat function and I even have the chat button deleted from my browser. Please use the SEND MESSAGE button. If you use the chat function, you will be cheerfully ignored.


[Full disclosure: I am a happy user with this company, but I also get a small bonus for each person that I help to sign up and who completes one wave of reviews, but it’s a one-time payment to me, not an ongoing thing. This is NOT MLM or anything like that. Just a gig writing reviews.]

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Best keyboard, mouse, webcam etc?

I recently got offered a position via work from home that I’m excited about.. and leaving a not so exciting work from home job.. This new job, I’ve just been accept for, requires me to provide my own USB connected mouse, keyboard and webcam. What are some great keyboard, mouse (mice?) and webcam you’ve had a good enough experience with that I can order online and get quickly? Bonus points for fidget items as well!

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