why is a job so hard to find

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robby in ft laurdale, Florida

78 months ago


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Mary inTampa in Tampa, Florida

78 months ago

Because there aren't any - particularly in Florida. On the other hand, we have nice weather. So we can go panhandle in warm sunshine. :0

P.S. If you get hungry, peanut butter & jelly sandwiches are cheap, easy to make, and filling. Just don't drink the ocean water with it.

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Eloise in Albuquerque, New Mexico

46 months ago

I think the problem is that sh#t jobs are hard to find ON THE INTERNET. These are the kinds of jobs that you have to go into the store, ask someone for an application who doesn't want to be bothered getting you one, and find someone else to turn it in to who doesn't throw it away either right in front of your face or the minute you leave the store. THOSE are the jobs that are supposedly "still hiring" or "always hiring." Any job that takes applications or resumes online, is not hiring because they receive way too many applications online every single minute, not to mention every day. Those are the ones where you apply like crazy and feel like your applications are all going into some kind of cyberspace void. It's not really that there are none, there just aren't many that want to advertise that they're hiring because they get way too many submissions from "undesirables."

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