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HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed

 
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HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
I am. Thankfully my company gave me a letter of rehire. $520 a week to stay home. No one is hiring and whatever job fairs I can find are being cancelled because no one is hiring.

Share your stories. No judgements.
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07/19/2009 02:32 AM
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
I am employed until the 31st of July

My manager lost the contract, and everybody lost their jobs, except the manager lol
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07/19/2009 02:33 AM
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
I am because I don't care, I hate society and I live on welfare.
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07/19/2009 02:33 AM
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
I'm lucky... and I thank my employer every 15th & 30th...

but I haven't been unemployeed since I was 13!.....
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
-2010
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07/19/2009 02:34 AM
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I got one of them there gubment jobs. 6 figures and not a chance in hell of me losing it. Don't have to lift a finger if I don't want to either thanks to the Union. I love America!!!
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I'm employed but my hours are so shaved it's not funny
Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
but I haven't been unemployeed since I was 13!.....
 Quoting: LouisWinthorpeIII


that is great! rose
Water always wins. :sun:
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
but I haven't been unemployeed since I was 13!.....


that is great! rose
 Quoting: Hillcrest


Yeah, it's been great for me...

It's also been a LOT of hard work and a LOT of running in hampster wheels.... But considering it all... I do ok.
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
-2010
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07/19/2009 02:39 AM
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
worked in aluminum casting plant till Dec 15 this year

plant lost all contracts and went under

right now waiting for photography course in the fall

if shits guna hit the fan i want good pictures
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07/19/2009 02:40 AM
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I'm in college, but I was unemployed for 9 months before I started school. (came out of the navy..wink wink)
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worked in aluminum casting plant till Dec 15 this year

plant lost all contracts and went under

right now waiting for photography course in the fall

if shits guna hit the fan i want good pictures
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 729213


Kudo's on getting a new skill... Most dumb asses sit around and WAIT... at least you got up & you know... Carpe Diem & all that shit.
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
-2010
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8 months and counting.

No one wants a professional.

They want cheep >:
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8 months and counting.

No one wants a professional.

They want cheep >:
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Professional what? plumber?
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
-2010
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8 months and counting.

No one wants a professional.

They want cheep >:


Professional what? plumber?
 Quoting: LouisWinthorpeIII


machinist/welder/metalfab/cadcam/autocad 08 and 2 years college to boot...

all for 10 bucks an hour...lol

:4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4: :4:
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but I haven't been unemployeed since I was 13!.....


that is great! rose


Yeah, it's been great for me...

It's also been a LOT of hard work and a LOT of running in hampster wheels.... But considering it all... I do ok.
 Quoting: LouisWinthorpeIII


beats being out of work and having no money.
Water always wins. :sun:
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forgot the 20 years exp >:
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07/19/2009 02:52 AM
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I don't work, I'm a chicken. Just joking sort of, I am unemployed but I've been disabled for along time, I don't
get gov. money and I won't, unless my husband loses his job.
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For all unemployed or badly employed people, you should consider a job in health care. There is a huge diversity of job opportunities, and everybody in the world needs health care, until the day they die.
"The Christian resolve to find the world evil and ugly, has made the world evil and ugly."
- Friedrich Nietzsche

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The only power government has is the power to crack down on criminals.
Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them.
One declares so many things to be a crime
that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws."
~ Ayn Rand 1905-1982
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07/19/2009 02:55 AM
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
i am
i finished up college the end of last year with a degree in chemical engineering.

and....
now i'm back at my parent's after not staying here more than a week or 2 at a time for about 5 years since i finished high school. a little bit of an adjustment haha

I'm just not sure what i want to do now tho. I went into engineering frankly just for the money and now after doing it a few summers i kind of realized i'd rather do something i loved even if it paid less

So I'm kind of debating if i want to go to culinary school in August or not.
I'm going around cutting grass now. It's actually not that bad. I do a few yards a week for between $50 and $100 and I'm pretty much set.

OK maybe a little too honest there ha
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07/19/2009 02:59 AM
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
For all unemployed or badly employed people, you should consider a job in health care. There is a huge diversity of job opportunities, and everybody in the world needs health care, until the day they die.
 Quoting: under-dreaming

I am thinking about going into that. I am afraid though that you need to be good with science and numbers to get through the schooling (I still add using my fingers...).

Trying to get a job at Costco, wish me luck!
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
but I haven't been unemployeed since I was 13!.....


that is great! rose


Yeah, it's been great for me...

It's also been a LOT of hard work and a LOT of running in hampster wheels.... But considering it all... I do ok.


beats being out of work and having no money.
 Quoting: Hillcrest


Yes indeed.. I've been most fortuitus... and I try not to forget it, as well as I try to enjoy it.

My father was a professional broker on a major market once too. We were in the top 1% of the nation income wise.

But even that came to an end.

Enjoy what you have... As you never know when it'll end.
"I don't know which was scarier...the speech...or the Congress cheering it. He evoked Lincoln. Whenever a President is going to get us into serious trouble...they always use Lincoln."
-2010
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
i am
i finished up college the end of last year with a degree in chemical engineering.

and....
now i'm back at my parent's after not staying here more than a week or 2 at a time for about 5 years since i finished high school. a little bit of an adjustment haha

I'm just not sure what i want to do now tho. I went into engineering frankly just for the money and now after doing it a few summers i kind of realized i'd rather do something i loved even if it paid less

So I'm kind of debating if i want to go to culinary school in August or not.
I'm going around cutting grass now. It's actually not that bad. I do a few yards a week for between $50 and $100 and I'm pretty much set.

OK maybe a little too honest there ha
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 729230

Hey that sounds interesting, work at a restaurant while doing an internship somewhere in chemical engineering (where they usually pay nothing :P ).
Good luck! hf
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
i am
i finished up college the end of last year with a degree in chemical engineering.

and....
now i'm back at my parent's after not staying here more than a week or 2 at a time for about 5 years since i finished high school. a little bit of an adjustment haha

I'm just not sure what i want to do now tho. I went into engineering frankly just for the money and now after doing it a few summers i kind of realized i'd rather do something i loved even if it paid less

So I'm kind of debating if i want to go to culinary school in August or not.
I'm going around cutting grass now. It's actually not that bad. I do a few yards a week for between $50 and $100 and I'm pretty much set.

OK maybe a little too honest there ha
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 729230



Sounds exactly like me! I just graduated this past May (BS in biology) and I can't find a job anywhere! I've been mowing lawns and bush hogging my neighbors property for some cash. On Monday I start a part-time job counting money from slot machines at the racetrack/casino in town. The hours are 3:45 am - 9:00 am. Fun huh?

You should do what I'm doing and teach english in a foreign country. All that is required is a college degree and several of the Asian and middle Eastern countries pay pretty well. I'm trying to leave for Taiwan this December so I can skip the whole 'winter' thing.
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
i am
i finished up college the end of last year with a degree in chemical engineering.

and....
now i'm back at my parent's after not staying here more than a week or 2 at a time for about 5 years since i finished high school. a little bit of an adjustment haha

I'm just not sure what i want to do now tho. I went into engineering frankly just for the money and now after doing it a few summers i kind of realized i'd rather do something i loved even if it paid less

So I'm kind of debating if i want to go to culinary school in August or not.
I'm going around cutting grass now. It's actually not that bad. I do a few yards a week for between $50 and $100 and I'm pretty much set.

OK maybe a little too honest there ha



Sounds exactly like me! I just graduated this past May (BS in biology) and I can't find a job anywhere! I've been mowing lawns and bush hogging my neighbors property for some cash. On Monday I start a part-time job counting money from slot machines at the racetrack/casino in town. The hours are 3:45 am - 9:00 am. Fun huh?

You should do what I'm doing and teach english in a foreign country. All that is required is a college degree and several of the Asian and middle Eastern countries pay pretty well. I'm trying to leave for Taiwan this December so I can skip the whole 'winter' thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 721003

Ok report back here while you're there to tell us how it's going cause I would consider doing this too.
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
i am
i finished up college the end of last year with a degree in chemical engineering.

and....
now i'm back at my parent's after not staying here more than a week or 2 at a time for about 5 years since i finished high school. a little bit of an adjustment haha

I'm just not sure what i want to do now tho. I went into engineering frankly just for the money and now after doing it a few summers i kind of realized i'd rather do something i loved even if it paid less

So I'm kind of debating if i want to go to culinary school in August or not.
I'm going around cutting grass now. It's actually not that bad. I do a few yards a week for between $50 and $100 and I'm pretty much set.

OK maybe a little too honest there ha



Sounds exactly like me! I just graduated this past May (BS in biology) and I can't find a job anywhere! I've been mowing lawns and bush hogging my neighbors property for some cash. On Monday I start a part-time job counting money from slot machines at the racetrack/casino in town. The hours are 3:45 am - 9:00 am. Fun huh?

You should do what I'm doing and teach english in a foreign country. All that is required is a college degree and several of the Asian and middle Eastern countries pay pretty well. I'm trying to leave for Taiwan this December so I can skip the whole 'winter' thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 721003


Hahah
It's almost like i have a twin.
I got about halfway thru the monster contract/application/deed-to-your-life about a month ago for the peace corps.
I was wanting to teach math somewhere. I may still do it but the country I'd actually end up was so up in the air i couldnt commit to it
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
For all unemployed or badly employed people, you should consider a job in health care. There is a huge diversity of job opportunities, and everybody in the world needs health care, until the day they die.

I am thinking about going into that. I am afraid though that you need to be good with science and numbers to get through the schooling (I still add using my fingers...).

Trying to get a job at Costco, wish me luck!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 534475


The math part depends on what you are trying to do. It really isn't that crazy in most cases.
"The Christian resolve to find the world evil and ugly, has made the world evil and ugly."
- Friedrich Nietzsche

"There's no way to rule innocent men.
The only power government has is the power to crack down on criminals.
Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them.
One declares so many things to be a crime
that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws."
~ Ayn Rand 1905-1982
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
i am
i finished up college the end of last year with a degree in chemical engineering.

and....
now i'm back at my parent's after not staying here more than a week or 2 at a time for about 5 years since i finished high school. a little bit of an adjustment haha

I'm just not sure what i want to do now tho. I went into engineering frankly just for the money and now after doing it a few summers i kind of realized i'd rather do something i loved even if it paid less

So I'm kind of debating if i want to go to culinary school in August or not.
I'm going around cutting grass now. It's actually not that bad. I do a few yards a week for between $50 and $100 and I'm pretty much set.

OK maybe a little too honest there ha

Hey that sounds interesting, work at a restaurant while doing an internship somewhere in chemical engineering (where they usually pay nothing :P ).
Good luck! hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 534475


Thanksss
And hmm sounds like a plan haha.
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I am my own employer. business is slow, but that only means I have more time to enjoy my other passions in life.

ride the roller coaster. one day it ends.
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I am in collage. taking the summer off working at a legal brothel in NV.
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I got one of them there gubment jobs. 6 figures and not a chance in hell of me losing it. Don't have to lift a finger if I don't want to either thanks to the Union. I love America!!!
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Pride comes before a fall.
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Re: HONESTY TIME: How many of you are unemployed
I'm self employed, does that count for unemployed?
I work 2 to 3 days a week.
last time I had a real 'job' was 1980..

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