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No Jobs, No Hope, No Future

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  1. Tojakinos says:
    Mar 07,  · I am 43 years old. I lost my job of 22 years in May , and since then I have been unable to find employment. I have lost all my savings, and my credit is shot to hell. Everyday I get up is a struggle, and I find the thought of suicide a viable option. I feel hopeless, useless, sad, desperate, and scared. I'm not a coward, just hopeless right now.
  2. Necage says:
    Apr 30,  · Since that disappeared, all the numbers have been going straight down. Unless something steps up to the plate to replace the lost borrowing-to-spend from chasing $ oil, I see no hope .
  3. Moogurisar says:
    Sep 22,  · This is how my life changed in less than 10 years. College dropout: I faced a terrible failure at the age of I flunked in my education. Got out of the college without a degree and I couldn't clear just 3 papers and gave way too many attem.
  4. Gorr says:
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  5. Gatilar says:
    Jun 18,  · “If there is hope in the future, there is literally power in the present.” – Zig Ziglar. “Go for it now. The future is promised to no one.” – Wayne Dyer. “Do not watch the clock. Do what it does. Keep going.” – Sam Levenson. “What you do today can improve all .
  6. Mazusho says:
    Sep 15,  · Since you have no family or friends maybe see if you can get a job in the oil industry. I know an 18 yo kid that got hired for that, and moved half way across the country for it, no experience. Pay off your debt, save some and look for a normal job during your down time, which is usually a week or two depending on your schedule.
  7. Gulmaran says:
    Jan 25,  · No Jobs, No Hope, No Future: 27 Signs That America’s Poverty Class Is Rapidly Becoming Larger Than America’s Middle Class. The American Dream Jan 25, In the America that most of us grew up in, most Americans considered themselves to be part of the “upper middle class”, the “middle class” or “the lower middle class”.
  8. Akimi says:
    Nov 01,  · I have faced unemployment. I know how it feels. I was not placed through college campus. I was very very upset. I used to be among the toppers in my school. I used to feel that I ll not be able to do anything in life. I m useless. I was very disap.

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