For those who do not remember me. I am a 44 yo man with a PhD in Mathematics. I dislike mathematics with passion, and I have moderately depression, and I lack most life skills. I am unable to get a job and I do not even want to try.
I live with my parents, but for much of my further life I may rely on Jewish charity.
I have recently studied Rambam’s laws of charity. I myself have always given at least 10% of my allowance to charity.
According to Rambam, the greatest charity is to find a job for someone. Indeed if someone could find me an EASY job (perhaps specifically for the disabled) for something like $20k — $25k per year, it would have been a miracle.
Would working as a cashier be something doable and available?
>> Would working as a cashier be something doable and available?
Given my autism I am not sure — possibly. I hope to find a job which uses at least some of my skills. Not a basic level job. Not a PhD level job. Something in between — like Bachelors or Masters level job.
I work as a cashier feel free to ask any questions.