How to get unemployed. A guide for the impatient.

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Overall employee labor productivity is calculated by dividing the goods and services produced by the total hours a company’s employees worked for a period.

That’s what Investopedia says. Thus, if the total hours worked for a period is zero, granting the fact that you still produce something, like articles, tweets and sweat, productivity becomes infinite.

This is the case for ultimate unemployment. And this is a short guide for the impatient who wants to lose everything.

Losing your job is not that easy, though. Here is a step-by-step approach:

Waste your time.

Time wasted is time not wasted.

Do nothing.

You don’t know how hard this is.

Spend some more.

But don’t go into debt, of course.

An eagle-eyed manager would notice your innate sense of adventure and would kick you off as requested. Imagine now you have time for those tweets, for all the updates, all the ICO’s, the hunting parties, the developing stories…

Note: This would be great, especially if you live on 600 USD basic income.