small update here.
I'm still working at the coal power plant in Spain. It's a boring job, but I get paid and can save money. At the same time I am learning about sells, online marketing (copywriting, etc) and web development.
I am really liking this stuff, and makes me consider that maybe I do not want to work for a boss. This needs deep thinking and I know I need money, it's very hard and so on.
I think of keeping this job until:
a) The firm where I work decides we are not needed until the power plant is operative again and send us home.
b) We are not sent home and I finish the courses I took.
After this job, I have some doubts.
I think of moving to Netherlands, but I don't like the fact that there have been protests by farmers. More agenda 2030 there.
I consider moving to Poland and having a normal job without rotating shifts and 40 h/week (in my current job I have rotating shifts and 45 h/week) where Spanish is the mostly needed skill, and work on side hustles given that I will not have 12 hours shifts. I would also be open to work in my field of studies (mechanical engineering), though I feel like what I studied and my knowledge is useless when I see the requirements in job offers.
I think Poland, despite being in love with NATO is a better choice. Also less corona idiocy there.
Now with my main moral dilemma.
Several people (relatives, friends of my parents, and my older brother) have told me last year that I would never find a job unless I take the jab.
Hell, even my father was telling me that he would not speak to people who can help me with getting jobs unless I take the vaxx.
Now all these people are willing to help me as if nothing happened, but those words still resonate in my head whenever my father tells me to contact with them, and I feel like I should not contact them after what they said; like I should be getting a job on my own just out of pride and make money without their aid, even if this makes finding a job harder and earning less money.
I talked to a Bulgarian coworker who is very redpilled (0 corona vaccines, Orthodox), and he thinks these people are "wrong".
I would like to know your opinion on this.
TL;DR: I haven't left my job, I'm learning new skills that have made me reconsider a career change, and I'm having doubts about receiving help for job hunting from people who one year ago were saying that without a cojona vaccine I ain't getting a job who now are willing to help me.