I've been thinking about the concept of being unhirable for some time.
At face-value, it seems like bad advice. But it might be one of those counter-intuitive pieces of advice.
Let's unpack it a bit.
There are two sides to this: unhirable because you lack the exact skillsets that a company will require and you portray that you're unable to learn and grow
And the otherside which is you choose to be unhirable or you've built a system of financial support for yourself to give you the option to be unhirable.
The latter is what everyone should strive for. It gives you the option and leverage to work on things that are interesting to you.