Casually Explained: Finding a Job


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  • HitzCritz
    HitzCritz Day ago +1

    "Sorry, but we require you to have prior work experience."
    *"tHaT's wHaT i'M hErE fOr"*

  • Samuel Nasta
    Samuel Nasta 2 days ago

    Oh, Murica!

  • Tipsy Traveler
    Tipsy Traveler 2 days ago

    Touch a boob lmao

  • Rubsi
    Rubsi 3 days ago +1

    ooh yeah

  • IEMK
    IEMK 4 days ago +1


  • Mank Demes
    Mank Demes 6 days ago +1

    In order to join this entry-level job you need to have worked in 3 other supervisor jobs.

  • Kartoshechka Free
    Kartoshechka Free 7 days ago

    "Make burger great again"

  • stan the helper
    stan the helper 8 days ago

    Casually explained the military

  • Garrett Donnelly
    Garrett Donnelly 10 days ago

    The use of silence in these videos is just so good. The end in this one is perfect

  • jcrowley1985
    jcrowley1985 10 days ago

    $10,000 per year. What are we in 1990?

  • Kalle Seppänen
    Kalle Seppänen 11 days ago

    Teemu is gay and pounded and also Pent's nail

  • Angel Pizano
    Angel Pizano 15 days ago

    This video awakened a primal rage inside of me because of how close this hits to home.

  • Kidz 257
    Kidz 257 16 days ago

    When you pay the system money so you can go work for them and make them money so that they can tax you and take your money

  • Vasilijan Nikolovski
    Vasilijan Nikolovski 16 days ago

    This is America.

  • Kameron Andres
    Kameron Andres 16 days ago

    Holy shit this is so accurate.

  • TheOneBadAssGamer
    TheOneBadAssGamer 24 days ago

    10k a year thats it geez i wish. for a four year degree?

  • The Steadfast Duelist
    The Steadfast Duelist 25 days ago +1

    *America in a nutshell*

  • Luiz___ MK
    Luiz___ MK 26 days ago

    PERFECT ending

  • Bleach
    Bleach 27 days ago

    10 Thousand + your text books a year??
    Sooo around 25k a year for American Universities o.o

  • ChortleChortle Chortle

    You forgot the ending where he kills himself.

  • skatedoof
    skatedoof Month ago

    10k a year? I wish..

  • slasher
    slasher Month ago

    This is like the best channel.

  • ancient aliens are coming


  • Steele
    Steele Month ago

    wait, is this NOT YSAC??

  • niggward
    niggward Month ago

  • Sam Watson
    Sam Watson 2 months ago

    Whenever I need a new job I take a stroll round my town wearing my best suit with my resumes in a nice folder, shake hands and look them in the eye. I have never struggled to find work, I have basically no high school qualifications and only did a year of college.

  • Bruce U
    Bruce U 2 months ago


  • Sridhar Poguluru
    Sridhar Poguluru 2 months ago

    Oh, ok, that makes sense.

  • Sridhar Poguluru
    Sridhar Poguluru 2 months ago +1

    Seriously Explained is a great University

  • SqueezY- tube
    SqueezY- tube 2 months ago +1


  • Stella
    Stella 2 months ago

    What about the echo sound ??

  • centipedeloaf
    centipedeloaf 3 months ago

    The accuracy of this is painful

  • Rocky Pingale
    Rocky Pingale 3 months ago

    Literally my life

  • Bart Van Riel
    Bart Van Riel 3 months ago

    How difficult is it to just google a local factory? They always have well paying applications with no experience needed

  • CoolMan Caravan
    CoolMan Caravan 3 months ago

    I know this video is a goof but there seriously are so many young people with this kind of "not my fault" mentality. Yes, you can get a job. No, it's not hard to find one.

  • Kelkiiii
    Kelkiiii 3 months ago

    lmao so fucking real it's frustrating.

  • Triton Geeves
    Triton Geeves 3 months ago

    Blath farejrtczq chthggouvmntw

  • Boynikcooldud Games
    Boynikcooldud Games 3 months ago

    it would funny if didnt hurt inside

  • JAG GWR Ra
    JAG GWR Ra 3 months ago

    Brilliant !

  • Jackie ._.
    Jackie ._. 3 months ago

    uhhh isn't the answer obvious?.....

    money laundering

  • MidnightFlower13
    MidnightFlower13 3 months ago

    I literally saw an advertisement for an "entry level position" at a gas station asking for:
    - someone with a bachelor's degree (in anything)
    - someone with a minimum of 10 years experience in similar jobs
    - someone 30 or under
    - someone willing to work more than 50 hours a week and "the occasional 24 hour shift"
    - all for 8.95 an hour
    I almost submitted an application with the name Fucker McFuckface and a resume that chewed out whatever cocksucker decided on these qualifications and pay, but someone had already beat me to it.

  • y05077
    y05077 3 months ago

    In my case it was go to University get one degree, go for job interviews "Yeah you've got no lab experience...oh yeah the university lab experience doesn't count"

  • Nordic Ferret
    Nordic Ferret 3 months ago

    Lmao why is this in the animation tab, it’s a PMV

  • BaconBitz
    BaconBitz 3 months ago

    “Hello I’d like a job”
    “Go fuck yourself, sir”

  • mousek801 Mousek801
    mousek801 Mousek801 4 months ago

    That hurt.

  • Sérgio Alves
    Sérgio Alves 4 months ago

    Baby boomers need to watch this and realize what it's like now for young people.
    Although there are still some good countries to work out there It's far from an exclusively american thing and college doesn't solve the problem. College kids take note: you really need to look into some internships or simply volunteering during the school holidays at whatever company remotely related to what you're studying will take you if you want to get a job when you finish your studies because companies nowadays aren't interested in getting young people fresh out of school with no experience and training them from the ground up while paying them a full salary on top.

  • rodolfo coronado
    rodolfo coronado 4 months ago

    That moment you realize a lot of his videos have subtle music in the background.

  • Kevin S
    Kevin S 4 months ago

    Almost had a heart attack from laughing on the last line.

  • mickaell07
    mickaell07 4 months ago

    That's real life right there in 2 minutes.

  • nachos
    nachos 4 months ago

    the best part is when you finish your degree and still cant get hired because you dont have that other thing they assume you somehow got but neither they nor your school ever told you about. multiple internships.

  • Gustavo Ramos
    Gustavo Ramos 4 months ago

    what does YSAC at 0:15 means?

  • like'em badbois
    like'em badbois 4 months ago

    This hits so close to home

  • BlindHobo
    BlindHobo 4 months ago

    It be like that sometimes


    This perfectly described my life😥😥😥😥😂💀💀💀

  • Shawn Seeley
    Shawn Seeley 4 months ago +1

    I just graduated from high school, this is very helpful lol

  • Infentie MK
    Infentie MK 4 months ago

    Yeah the German Jobmodell is way better for young people. A little bit more free market support by politicians and it would rock even more.

  • Angela West
    Angela West 4 months ago

    my tuition was 10k...for one semester.

  • Birdstar
    Birdstar 4 months ago

    fuckin me too

  • Kirxas
    Kirxas 4 months ago

    I once saw a job offer that required being under 24 and having at LEAST 10 years experience
    This should be illiegal

  • Justin Gregory
    Justin Gregory 4 months ago

    Just get a job LOOOOOOL 4HEader

  • QueenThoria
    QueenThoria 4 months ago

    Thank goodness for the new OSAP

  • theandykat
    theandykat 4 months ago

    What the heck guys.

  • Some random Guy
    Some random Guy 4 months ago

    Luckily I live in Denmark because it’s *F R E E* in Denmark

    • Some random Guy
      Some random Guy 4 months ago


    • Zealon
      Zealon 4 months ago

      Except you have to pay for it in taxes your whole life

  • ItzXCrimson
    ItzXCrimson 4 months ago

    "make people think you're YSAC" so you're not YSAC thats what you're saying

  • Ronald Fun
    Ronald Fun 5 months ago

    That's crazy cheap college. All the ones around here are at least thirty grand a year.

  • Fernando Rodriguez
    Fernando Rodriguez 5 months ago

    American education at it's finest

  • jimmy sidhu
    jimmy sidhu 5 months ago

    Lol I totally feel this.

  • NICK
    NICK 5 months ago


  • John Macintosh
    John Macintosh 5 months ago +1

    Could not hAve put it better

  • KG7YTS
    KG7YTS 5 months ago +1

    Too real, but you forgot the online applications only part.

  • 123GO Studios
    123GO Studios 5 months ago


  • Wrenchguy
    Wrenchguy 5 months ago


  • Ben Doe
    Ben Doe 5 months ago

    Can you do a follow up after you complete college and have 20k in debt and no place will hire you still? Thanks haha great videos.

  • Dejan Dragicevic
    Dejan Dragicevic 5 months ago +2

    >proclaiming itself as the best country in the world
    >gotta pay for the education
    >end up with a huge ass debt that you gotta pay off the rest of your life
    >proceed to get an entry-level job AND study as a mofucka for the next 5 years
    >end up being the wiseass that was bossing you around at your entry-level job

  • Cat From The Future
    Cat From The Future 6 months ago

    Meanwhile trades, and blue collar employers are struggling to fill positions. Their old timers are retiring, and the employment system and economic climate that enabled them to have those jobs at the beginning has failed. Young people aren't attracted to those jobs because of the poor pay, and poor benefits. So what do you do, you go and get a degree to get yourself a better job. Well, guess what, you're part of the most educated generation in history, translation: "almost everyone with a pulse has a degree from somewhere and it means exactly jack shit." So what do you do, you got to the trades and blue collar work because they're always hiring. Oh, but wait-- HEH-- HEH. *eye twitches*

  • Tony Mathew
    Tony Mathew 6 months ago

    To get money, you need a job. To get a job, you need to get educated. But to get educated, you need money. The viscious circle of life.

  • Cameron Fry
    Cameron Fry 6 months ago

    The closed caption @ 1:49 is gold...

  • Jacob Mull
    Jacob Mull 6 months ago

    Reality is depressing.

  • Chris Shearer
    Chris Shearer 6 months ago


  • sillyak
    sillyak 6 months ago

    I graduated with a BA in history. Got a job in a couple months, driving truck at a good company to get my foot in the door. Two years to get into a supervisory role with a 6 figure income. Stop thinking you are entitled to a great job fresh out of university and take something "beneath you" but with a clear upgrade path.

  • Jake Breimann
    Jake Breimann 6 months ago

    If you didn't go to some no-name school and majored in something worthwhile and at the same time building fantastic work connections through lab/research opportunities, you shouldn't have this problem.

  • Selman Adzovic
    Selman Adzovic 6 months ago

    Kevin Spacey!

  • William Hornstra
    William Hornstra 6 months ago

    0:55 Did I say Enthusiastic? I meant Exploitable

  • Diplexsword47
    Diplexsword47 6 months ago

    Sounds about right

  • Kadulikan
    Kadulikan 6 months ago +1

    In the last 3 interviews I've been to, I got a response saying "you're the most qualified applicant we've had, *but* ..."

  • jrg305
    jrg305 6 months ago

    Don't most people get parent help for going to college, and if not, delay it until they've worked a number of years?

  • TheNguyenGPham
    TheNguyenGPham 6 months ago +1

    I’m glad for my bucks university is *seriously explained.*

  • Brad Morgan
    Brad Morgan 6 months ago

    Poor guy

  • Samuel Lee
    Samuel Lee 6 months ago

    I want to die

  • Said Said
    Said Said 6 months ago

    This is America in 1:59 😭😭

  • Juan Luis de Reiset
    Juan Luis de Reiset 6 months ago

    Its scary how much true this is.

  • jakob
    jakob 6 months ago

    catch-22 too real for me

  • Matt Ramirez
    Matt Ramirez 6 months ago

    Translation: you're fucked kid

  • Deathly Wraith
    Deathly Wraith 6 months ago

    "Welcome! ... to the 'real' world..."

  • Eric W.
    Eric W. 6 months ago

    Lol only 10k? Try 50

  • Stewy 4198
    Stewy 4198 6 months ago

    $10k dollars per year of college? Try $25-75k 😫😭

  • Duki Radojkovic
    Duki Radojkovic 6 months ago

    Dang, this one actually really hits home. Of course, this doesn't apply in Scandinavian countries, from what I understand - especially Denmark, where you GET PAID to go to college or university. If only it were a little more like that in the rest of the western world....

  • G G
    G G 6 months ago

    They say millions of dollars in scholarships go unclaimed every year. If that's true then where the fuck is it and why haven't I seen any of it .-.

  • saramations
    saramations 6 months ago

    "Entry level" is sort of misleading, I hate it. Entry level just denotes that it's a starting level job specific to that company, aka not upper management. Experience isn't always a factor.

  • Seth Ardolino
    Seth Ardolino 6 months ago +1

    That's why you start working at 16 and stick with that work job until you get promoted to like a manager or a director or something so that way you can actually make money before college

    • saramations
      saramations 6 months ago

      If you're 16 and you're spending your time working, might as well make as much as you can before college.