Let's say my friend is jobless and lazy. I know he should find a job, but I highly doubt he will even try to look. I could say:
It seems to me that it isn't going to happen.
Which of these possibilities is better:
- It seems to me that he won't get a job.
- It seems to me that he isn't going to get a job.
I don't want to refer to any particular job interview, just to the fact that I doubt he will find a job.
Also, I'd like to know if there is a more sophisticated and colloquial expression (an idiom) that I could use, something like it's very improbable that [...].