‘Did You Suck?’ Dave Ramsey Is Blunt With His Advice For Unemployed Caller — ‘There’s About A Bazillion Things You Can Do There That Will Earn You Fifty To A Hundred Thousand Dollars A Year Starting Tomorrow’

Feb 16, 2024

In a truly educational call on the Dave Ramsey Show, David from Dallas, Texas, brought forward a financial dilemma that many younger individuals face.

At 29 years old and fresh off a divorce, David moved from Switzerland — where he had a steady job — back to the United States. He’s been living with friends full-time while pondering what to do with the rest of his life.

After letting David vent, Ramsey, who is known for his blunt and straightforward financial advice, showed a bit of his lighter side. The caller expressed concerns about his lack of transferable skills to the job market, despite his employment overseas, leading to a direct question from Ramsey, “Did you suck?”

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After replying “No, I don’t think so,” Ramsey finished his thought.

“So, you know how to edit and do social media, that’s a valuable skill. Never again are you allowed to say that you don’t have any valuable skills.”

Ramsey’s response illuminates a crucial point — the importance of recognizing and valuing your abilities. This interaction sheds light on the need for young individuals to reassess their skill sets positively, emphasizing that adaptability and skills in areas like social media and editing are indeed valuable in today’s job market.

Ramsey believes that these skills are so valuable that David shouldn’t have any trouble finding employment.

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“You can do social media and you can edit videos, and you’re in freaking Dallas, Texas,” he said. “There’s about a bazillion things you can do there that will earn you fifty to a hundred thousand dollars a year starting tomorrow.”

David’s journey from a stable job in Switzerland to searching for work in the U.S. mirrors the uncertainty many experience during life transitions.

Ramsey’s direct approach encourages individuals to see their capabilities — in this case social media and editing — as marketable assets. This guidance boosts confidence and challenges the notion of helplessness in a competitive job market.

The conversation highlights a key lesson for anyone facing financial difficulties: the value of seeking advice from a financial adviser. Consulting a professional can help create a personalized plan focused on paying off debt and achieving financial stability. An adviser provides tailored guidance based on your unique situation, ensuring your path to financial freedom is strategic and realistic, avoiding risky bets that could worsen your financial situation.

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*This information is not financial advice, and personalized guidance from a financial adviser is recommended for making well-informed decisions.

Chris Bibey has written about personal finance and investment for the past 15 years in a variety of publications and for a variety of financial companies. He is not a licensed financial adviser, and the content herein is for information purposes only and is not, and does not constitute or intend to constitute, investment advice or any investment service. While Bibey believes the information contained herein is reliable and derived from reliable sources, there is no representation, warranty or undertaking, stated or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information.

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