If nothing else, the current recession has led to millions unemployed and seeking someway to support themselves. With money no longer coming in and bills mounting on a regular basis, the unemployed is desperately searching for work
or some way to bring in an income. In this quest, many have ... Continue Reading
The darkest hour, says Adrian Rose, is 3am. “Having eventually got myself to sleep, I’d wake up again after an hour and just lie there from 3am to 6am. They were what I call my ‘dark times’ because you can’t do anything or talk to anyone.”
The month after losing his ... Continue Reading
These Tips Will Help You Get Organized and Protect Your Family as You Decide What to Do Next
Being laid off is a shock. One day you have a routine, a plan and a schedule. The next day you are unemployed, undirected and often stuck on how to move forward. You ... Continue Reading
The job interview is a very stressful event because chances are you are on an interview because you are unemployed, underemployed or at the wrong job. The interview is the big chance for you to fix your current employment predicament. With so much at stake, it is only natural for ... Continue Reading
Many, unemployed people looking for work, stay at home moms, students, retired people, or people who need a little extra cash explore different work at home opporunities to earn money at home or supplement an existing job to pay the bills. Mixed with scams and fraud, there are many at ... Continue Reading
A new program aims to assist unemployed college graduates who cannot repay their student loans.
USA Today reports that last week, BridgeSpan Financial introduced SafeSmart, which provides interest-free lines of credit that borrowers can use to repay federal Stafford loans for 36 months up to five years after graduation. The program ... Continue Reading
QUEENSLAND’S youth is at risk of ending up on the scrap heap of the long-term unemployed, with the jobless rate hitting 19 per cent for 15 to 19-year-olds.
While the Australian Bureau of Statistics puts the overall unemployment rate at 5.8 per cent, its figures show young people are three times more ... Continue Reading
Standing in City Hall’s marble lobby, unemployed autoworker Rick Litwin and his wife, Maria, waited beneath the maroon vinyl banner of the public prayer station.
Rick, Bible in hand, greeted every passerby with the same question: “Do you need a prayer today?”
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GETTING a rejection letter is a painful part of job hunting, but at least it means you’ve been noticed. These days, I’ve been hearing about more job hunters who respond to online job postings, only to hear nothing back from the company. Ever.
Was the position filled? Is the company ... Continue Reading
The number of unemployed people is expected to peak at around 3m during the first half of 2010
The number of jobless rose to 2.38m in the three months to the end of May
according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the worst figure
since 1995. It followed a record quarterly increase ... Continue Reading