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Australia Unemployed goth, 18, can't find work

10:30  12 october  2020
10:30  12 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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'I just need a job': Unemployed goth , 18 , with a green Mohawk, face piercings and bizarre makeup says he applies for 10 jobs a fortnight but still can ' t find work . Novak Daniels, 18 , says he has applied for ten jobs per fortnight with no luck. The teenage 'punk' maintains he is a hard worker with a strong

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An unemployed goth who sports heavy makeup, tattoos and a green mohawk says he applies for ten jobs per fortnight but no one will hire him.

Novak Daniels has applied for countless positions in Queensland's Sunshine Coast as a waiter, lawn mower, welder and boiler maker with no luck.

The 18-year-old, who posts photos and videos to Instagram and Tik Tok clad in spikes, chains and facial piercings, told Daily Mail Australia he is a good employee but bosses are biased against his appearance.

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'I'm applying for everything and my resume and cover letter look great,' he said.

a group of people posing for the camera: Novak Daniels (bottom right) has applied for countless positions in Queensland's Sunshine Coast as a waiter, lawn mower, welder and boiler maker with no luck © Provided by Daily Mail Novak Daniels (bottom right) has applied for countless positions in Queensland's Sunshine Coast as a waiter, lawn mower, welder and boiler maker with no luck

'I do have work experience and qualifications and certificates, I am a hard worker, my references say good things - it's simply because there's a picture there and I look a bit different.'

The teen has some work experience, including a previous stint in an office job and three months working in his father's cafe as a barista.

When asked if he would consider altering his appearance to get a job, he said 'absolutely not'.

'That's where I stand my ground and I will not be oppressed.'

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While he admitted he did not finish high school and dropped out in 2018, he claims the Centrelink job agency said he is the best applicant they have.

a man with his mouth open: The teen has some work experience, including a previous stint in an office job and three months working as a barista © Provided by Daily Mail The teen has some work experience, including a previous stint in an office job and three months working as a barista

Mr Daniels said he dreams of running a punk-inspired clothing empire.

'I don't have the money for it right now, but when I do I'm going to set it up.'

He told A Current Affair that he is 'a hard worker' who 'needs a job'.

Mr Daniels' father Murray Ball maintains he is 'very proud' of his son and urged prospective employers to look beyond appearances and 'give em a go'.

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His social media videos show him drinking, smoking and swearing regularly.

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A video uploaded to Tik Tok in September included the caption: 'I have to start working because I can’t support myself doing nothing but I don’t want to.'

With more than 57,000 followers on the video sharing platform, Mr Daniels says the attention proves his skills are 'transferable'.

'You can see from my eye makeup that I have great attention to detail, because I have to get it right every time,' he told the Sunshine Coast Daily.

He added that his growing social media presence means he has a good understanding of how to produce viral content, referencing a Tik Tok video that gathered 1.8million views.

a person posing for the camera: The teenager says whenever he gets to job interviews they won't hire him because of how he looks © Provided by Daily Mail The teenager says whenever he gets to job interviews they won't hire him because of how he looks

Mr Daniels added that his lack of employment has nothing to do with his work ethic, but rather a stereotype of being a 'punk'.

The teenage punk has been dressing in all black since he was young but that it doesn't reflect who he is as a person.

'I dress the way I dress to express myself. I don't want to fit with the system because it's broken,' he said.

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'I'm being myself, and if people are choosing to discriminate against me and tell me to pull my piercings out, then they can.'

Mr Daniels is one of many Australians who are struggling to find employment amid the coronavirus crisis © Provided by Daily Mail Mr Daniels is one of many Australians who are struggling to find employment amid the coronavirus crisis

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