It's easier to look for the job you are comfortable near you living. and developing skill with it till you become mastered at it. Then the decent one will come automatically.
Sun Jun 30, 2013 1:21 pm
Zhr New Member
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Unfortunately, the economy is tough on most of us. I graduated 8 years old and still struggling for a decent job and decent life. I don't have a solution for you but an advice: don't lose hope.
Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:26 am
cryback First Time Poster
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sometimes you just have to humble yourself and find any job to support yourself until something better comes up...dont stop looking to improve. good luck!
Thu Jul 11, 2013 11:43 pm
tony gray Contributing Member
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See every job is a good one.
Hi to you all I am new to this forum and really enjoying this place , concerned to your question see every job is decent really you cannot say one to be bad unless it is illegal, see start from something small big ones will come to you soon work from home online visit your friend that have good contact so that they can be helpful, see this big world there is food for everyone so do not worry.
Sat Jul 13, 2013 6:11 am
stockbrokers Full Member
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when I was fresh grad I took any decent job possible, I don't have high standard since I just graduated, then after getting some experiences, I can use that as my negotiation power for higher salary
You should try thinking to earn some extra money online in parallel to your search for job.. in this way you'll be able to manage your expances to some extent and you will not get frustrated soon.. Best of Luck
Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:58 am
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Why not to choose to apply for a job of english teacher in rich coutries like Singapore or Dubai. Im sg , a teacher can easy make 4,000 USD a month so can be a good start .
Sun Feb 15, 2015 3:21 am
unexpectedlife New Member
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Fri Mar 13, 2015 8:55 pm
stomarpro Full Member
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can't find a decent job
They are all correct. Even historically, one really needed a PHD to do anything with a psychology degree. Sadly, currently and in the recent past, to the most part, there are no decent jobs across all professions. That is why the majority of us are taking a stab at internet marketing. Unfortunately, that is even difficult, if not impossible, for most. Even when one attempts to follow all the doís and dontís, everyone is calling everything a scam/spam, even if the affiliate is working hard not to scam/spam. I am beginning to surmise that the vendors wanting affiliate marketers to sell their products are in reality wanting the affiliates to buy their products themselves. In addition, most things are set up to advertise to the individuals social networks. This is as non-productive as attempting to sell glasses to a blind person.
Good Luck NakedAlbino. I am WISHING for your future success.
Every generation says it's tough economy and hard to find a job. When I graduated from college in 95 with a Liberal Arts degree', I couldn't find a job and worked 2 jobs, one as a personal trainer and the other as a photographer. I coudln't make it on my own, so I moved back home for 6 months until I saved up money to move out again.
I went back to school in 1998 and got a much better degree in Computer Network Administration and got hired right out of college. But in 2001 the Tech bust happened and all of these tech companies went bust and I got laid off. I lived off Unemployment for 4 months until I found another good job and then got laid off due to budget cuts. Since 2004 I've had a very steady job in the IT field.
Make sure you choose a career that is hirable, like science, math, computers, engineering, healthcare, accounting and not ballet, liberal arts, mass communications or other majors where the job opportunities are scarce.
Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing. (Warren Buffet)