If you’re looking for work to recommend to your young-adult chid, a University of Ottawa professor has advice.
According to Naomi Sayers, you should direct them to sex work.
Per the attorney, it’s “the best thing” they can do.
Naomi whipped out the wisdom while commenting on a Twitter thread by immigrant Jordan Kong.
“Unpopular opinion: The best thing young people can do early in their careers is to work on the weekends. I’ve worked countless weekends since I started my career 10+ years ago. Just like every other poor immigrant kid who has become successful in tech. Nobody handed us anything — we had to will success.”
Jordan believes in playful work, but that isn’t always possible:
“People talk about work feeling like play when done right. In the best of times, this is true. But even when it was a slog, I still worked my [butt] off day in, day out. Only quitters quit.”
Crappily, her struggles were doused with diarrhea:
“It didn’t come without costs. I gave myself pre-diabetes when working 90+ hr/week in my early 20’s. Suffered stress-induced IBS when my first startup went through ups and downs. I’m not saying it’s easy to live this way.”
But what came out in the end? Something tremendous:
“[I] wouldn’t trade any of it because the work has brought me tremendous joy and happiness.”
She even beat the white guys:
“I outworked my peers to earn opportunities that were typically reserved for white guys who went to Harvard & Stanford — not an introverted, short, nerdy Asian female.”
On June 12th, Naomi supplemented the subject with more specific instruction:
“Unpopular opinion: The best thing young people can do early in their careers is do #SexWork on the side because your early career prospects will be unstable, unpredictable, low pay, likely contract work and very much exploitative.”
unpopular opinion: the best thing young people can do early in their careers is do #SexWork on the side because your early career prospects will be unstable, unpredictable, low pay, likely contract work and very much exploitative. https://t.co/HRAmZFPDNX
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