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My life stinks

Posted by tall Man at August 10, 2011
Tags: 2011 August  Job  Money

My life *sucks* I have too many bills.. I have a job.. But the pay sucks.

I don't make any money.............Very Little $9.00 an hr.

I have been there 17 yrs. too long and pay sucks.


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By anonymous at 26,Sep,11 17:05

Is there anything you can do to improve your existing job skills and look for another job that pays better or learn a set of skills for a completely different career? Maybe there is a low to no-cost community job assistance program where you live that helps with career advice and/or retrain people for new careers.

There are books about changing careers. I highly recommend the following book, which I read long ago when I was trying to find a new job. It is updated on a regular basis. The latest version is titled "What Color Is Your Parachute? 2012: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers" by Richard N. Bolles (published Aug 16, 2011). It's a paperback that costs less than $13 new (on Amazon) but well worth it. You may be able to find it (or an older version) at your public library. There is also a companion workbook that you can buy, too, called: "What Color is Your Parachute: Job Hunter's Workbook" published in 2010 for $7 (on Amazon). You might also be able to find an older version at a used book shop.

Good luck!


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