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There was a young graduate man. Whose name was Surya. He was the jobless man with his useless friends. There were literally hard days for him. Because he was actually doing nothing but the watching tv all the time. He was searching for the job but he was getting clear…
January 10, 2015
What I learned from being unemployed for nearly a year.
Christian has to provide for his wife and newborn baby, but he recently got fired from his job. Christian desperatly looks for a job or a way to pay the bills and put food on the table.
September 28, 2011
Brie's life is spinning out of control; she was always an above average student, but never had that drive that one needed in order to go further. After finishing her degree, she loses all motivation and self-belief, but could this be her one chance to turn her life back around?…
Josh and Arianne have known each other for years. After having both moved into the city after college, their lives take completely different paths, but somehow they manage to keep up their friendship. But Josh’s perfect high flying job is on the line, and Arianne’s just found out that her…
Not about the Omen cycle, rather about a monstrous creep I met in real life, when as an invalid on unemployment benefits I was forced to attend a horrid organisation called YesWest.
A young woman runs mall management for her dad while he's away in Europe for his second honeymoon with her mom. She's as green as grass although she did step into his shoes for a weekend a couple of months earlier and the mall didn't collapse. What Sam achieves is…
August 31, 2009
This is the book Rod Blagojevich and others in job transition should read. Eight building blocks to successful job transition and job search featuring an Irish job transition guru with the intriguing name of Finbarr Kozlowski. Searingly honest, often funny, but truely helpful for the job seeker and anyone suffering…