I’ve been looking for a full-time job for over 6 months. I’m tired of sitting at a desk all day, and I’m tired of having to work all day. I’m tired of spending evenings at home, and I’m tired of feeling like I have to work late at a job just to make up for the rest of the week.
Ive found that it makes sense for the office to move to a house in the downtown area. I’d like to see where I can get some kind of job, but I can’t because I can’t find a job. What I can do is get a job. I can get a job in the city, and then I can move to a house nearby. The office is pretty much the same, except I’m on the move. I don’t have any reason to move.
The only other option is to find a job in the city, and then move to a house nearby. I cant find the way to do this. I can get a job in the city of Los Angeles, and then I can move to a house nearby.
I’ve had this same job-hunting dilemma for years now. In fact, it’s the first major job I’ve ever had. It’s a nice change of pace from the dead end of working at a bank, but I find it tough to find an employer who will take me on a permanent basis.
I can’t say I’ve ever had a job that was as stressful as the one you have, but I can say that it’s definitely harder to find a job with no guarantee of getting it. I know this because I’ve spent at least a year working a dead end job in my life.
Its a good thing Ive only had this job for one year. If I didnt have it you wouldve been fired and I wouldve had no reason to go on living.
If you ever think about a job you wouldve been able to take on for at least a year (or in fact, a month) and be able to do without your company you wouldve had a pretty decent job.I’m sure you guys have already made some good points in your posts, but I think you’ve already made a good point in yours. You have a very clear understanding and a great sense of direction and a very good sense of humor.
I get that. I’m not trying to make you feel inferior because youre a man in a world that doesn’t always reward your creativity, but your posts are so incredibly thoughtful and insightful that I wanted to thank you for them. I’m especially grateful for the way you’ve brought up the idea of not making a point by making a post.
You are a very thoughtful person.
I’m going to be honest: I thought you were interesting. You are a funny, interesting person, and I like your humor. That’s because you really have a beautiful face. I mean, really funny. I don’t want to spoil anything, but I’m pretty sure I can tell you that you’re a good friend of mine.