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Here is another idea for gaining employment. We all know that mining and extractive industries pay high wages, but if you are not living in the mining areas you are unlikely to be offered such jobs. On the other hand, if you are a young man living is some small isolated town with a large mine near it you will almost inevitably be offered a job, since the government requires the mining companies to put money into the local economy. Thus all you have to do is go live in such a town until you are accepted as a local and you will be given a lucrative job.
The problem is that it is hellishly expensive to live in such towns, so you would likely run out of money long before being offered a job. A solution would be to use dating sites to meet a lonely older woman in such a town who had no romantic options due to her age and isolation. Then you could pack your generic viagra substitute and go live with and sponge off her for the required time. Once you were employed driving a dump truck or whatever you would likely be able to make contacts allowing you to ditch the old broad and work at other mines, perhaps on a fly in fly out basis, and live happily ever after.
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I understand there is an -obvious- excess of chumps in mining zones, thus no such thing as that lonely older woman, she now would be a picky "cougar" lol
There was a video on the dating problems for men in Fracking areas, but for the life of me I can't find it now.
1)Too much of one thing defeats the purpose.
2)Everybody is full of it. What's your hypocrisy?
I was thinking of the mines where almost all workers are fly in fly out and probably don't have the time to have sex with nearby skanks but rather would save their money for fun back where they come from. But maybe you are right. Just an idea young men might like to explore.
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