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    Jamie
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    Dear readers,

     

    It comes to me with great difficulty to be actually admitting that i’ve hit rock bottom in life and in need of desperate help. I’ve graduated almost 1 year and a half ago, and still have not found a job while everyone around me seems to be booming. I’ve just broken up with my boyfriend of two years over such a huge misunderstanding but are both too stubborn to fix things. How do i move on over this point? It feels i’m living in a life of blackness and there are no more colours. I’ve given up…

     

    Best,

    Jamie

    #326133

    Inky
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    Hi Jamie,

    Forget the boyfriend. You don’t need a boyfriend right now, and in fact, having one might be a burden.

    Right now you need a job. Any job. Even ones that are beneath you.

    FaceBook is a great resource. Why? Because older people are on there, people who hire and want to help younger people. Become a member of your town’s FaceBook Group, and shamelessly state that you’re job searching. You will be amazed at how many people will try to help you, a fellow townie. Follow any and all leads.

    Best,

    Inky

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    Tony
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    Hey,

    I’m in similar boat. Problem is these things are not solvable and remedy cannot be achieved by just listening to whatever random people write on forums.

    I’m willing to listen out to your whole situation and give you my advice on the subject and share the perspective.

    I hope I will at least help someone to escape this dark hole. Send me a message if you want to.

    Tony

    #326361

    Jennie90
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    Hello Jamie,

    Focus on yourself first, try LinkedIn great opportunities for fresh graduates. Take time to review what you did, write a diary seems to be old school but useful.

    Write about you, your career, prospects, what you want to be like, describe your life the way you want it to be. It happened with me unknowingly my life changed from worse to good.

    Don’t worry you’ll be fine.

     

    Regards,

    Jennie

     

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