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life sucks

Posted by jagg at August 11, 2011
Tags: 2011 August  Money  Society

I worked all my life.I had a job that the pay was'nt bad.But since I got layed-off in 2009 I had to sell my nice vehicle,lost my doctor,lost my medications.Cant get insurance unless IM 100%HEALTHY. I cant find a good job.I'm nickle and dime in my self to death to survive.Just killl me please.


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By anonymous at 26,Sep,11 19:00


Have you checked to see if there are any community job assistance programs locally that would be able to help you at no cost? Some times, there are job retraining programs that can help unemployed people get new skills to find another job. It's worth a look.

Also, if you've been holding out, waiting for a job that is equivalent in status and pay as your previous one, foregoing other, less well-paid work, then I suggest that you rethink that choice. It's better to be bringing in some money than none at all, and getting that job is better for your mental health and confidence. The longer you are out of work, the harder it is to cope.

You might consider reading the book "What Color is Your Parachute: 2012 - A Practical Guide for Job Hunters and Career Changers" by Richard N. Bolles, published in August 2011. This paperback book is available for less than $13 from Amazon and is likely available from your local bookstores and the library, too.

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