And apparently supposed to be the government's problem. Surprising to see that coming from @Revoltingest
This is a good opportunity to relate my philosophy
regarding social assistance....
Businesses are in the business of business, ie, make
profit for the owners. They hire employees for that
purpose...not to support people in need, ie, who wouldn't
produce as much as they'd cost.
Some people endure difficulties at being employed.
Whether lacking in skill, having a difficult personality,
or other handicap, it's government's roll is to assist them.
That cost spread across all taxpayers, not imposed upon
one who employs them. One approach to this is for
government to subsidize the barely employable. Earning
some income reduces their cost to society without ever
burdening the employer with excess costs.
This is optimum liberty for all.
And (to him) it's especially surprising as at least a few people here know I work on cars, am a certified phlebotomist and wicked smart. No, it's not me. I'm very skilled, very capable and should be very employable, but **** me when I'm at an interview and the person of front of me is walking out and chatting up a storm with manager? That is where I'm not so skilled and talented. My aspie senses give me an advantage over many in countless areas. Doesn't matter when you give it your all and best and come off as hardly a step above human robot.
I don't know why you're not hired. But employers are the most
knowledgeable about whom to employ. Have you ever asked
for feedback? Such info might give you something to act upon.