In around three months time I will finally be allowed to work in America. After this time I have decided to return to the working world after nearly 2 years freelancing.
To this end, I say without hesitation,
PLEASE EMPLOY ME HUBPAGES!
best stay where you are...there are no jobs and the ones that are are going to the ones with the crack degrees and proof hey can make tons of money and dont care who they have to crawl over or put down to get there...there is a recession depression here you know
my hubby been out of work since sept/blue collar too/ Im an RN and cant keep a jopb...I got hired temp to actually use my msn in nus edc and never got an interview...workled my butt off for a month, got the highest class averages on weekly guizzes from all depts and ws let go because they hire a nurse preac and rn without ANY degrees but has 29 yr teaching ecperience
stay in cananda man its hungry here
I agree! I worked in the engineering field as an electrical designer and was laid off, no jobs for me either. It's been 2 years. I have a temporary job working overnight stocking shelves.. I don't know what keeps me going.. oh wait.. Hubpages! yay! lol
Thisoli, you are in the best State to find a job! The Texas economy was rated the best two years running, if someone is out of work there then they are not really interested in working!
That would be too cool! Then we could all email you unending questions begging for your help - lucky you but lucky us!
Good luck with that, oli!
Hey thisisoli, I just read in Hostgator's newsletter that they are starting a branch in Austin and are looking for some people. You might want to check them out!
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