In this economy I've found myself up late at night frustrated, confused, depressed. I've been out of work for almost two years, and honestly I never thought I would've experience it first hand myself although I knew about the high unemployment rate here in Georgia and across the country...And one thing I learned is that no matter how ruff it gets, you have to stay positive through it all because if you let it get to you it will make you lose focus, and belief in yourself to get back in the work force. So that's the first thing to remember. Second, do whatever you have to do and use every resource available. If you have to go and apply for FOOD STAMPS do it! Don't be to proud to go to the labor finders, temp agencies, and the lower end jobs out there like burger king and etc...pride won't get you no where when you have to make an income trust me I know..don't end up having to sleep in your truck like I need for almost a year..So if you reading this just know that I'm just trying to throw some things out there for you to think about because it's critical out here especially when you can't get help from your own family in hard times like this..Also I find out that most people outside of your family will treat, and help you better than your own family!..So, do what you have to do. I did. I'm actually in school right now pursuing my certification as an Medical Assistant and never would have had the chance to do it if I wasn't unemployed..mean while for income, I go to school at night and do labor finders in the day.
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