Not many people would Artie Lange on the same comedic level as George Carlin.
Nevertheless, Artie Lange will always be one of my favorite comedians for 2 reasons.
1) He represents that rough around the edges blue collar New York/New Jersey stereotype that I grew up around.
2) The adversity that he has dealt with in his life is nearly identical to the experiences of my uncle, who I care about very much.
I always admired Artie Lange because I knew a bunch of Artie Lange types growing up. Some of them were my peers. Some of them were my uncle’s friends. It’s a very specific type of joke/storytelling that I grew accustomed too.
Most importantly, he’s no bullshit. He tells it like it is. He calls it how he sees it.
Warning: The video below is very negative. In fact, it very much falls in line with the hardcore red pill line of thought that “life is meaningless and there’s no hope”. You can ignore that if you want.
What I want you guys to focus on is what he says around 12:21. He perfectly explains the job market in one statement with regard to employers:
“They’re gonna hire you because you can do something for them.”
That’s it in a nutshell. As a young professional in an increasingly competitive job market, that’s the most important thing you need to know with regard to employers.
As a result, during the interview, your game plan must focus on that.
In other words, it’s your job to sell yourself on the idea that you are the best candidate for the open position… the one who is going to do something for them in the most efficient manner.
HINT: “something”= the bullet point list under Job Responsibilities
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