I Want To Work!

I have been laid off 3 times in my life now.

In May 2010, I was working in job of my life. It was perfect in so many ways. I was working as a consultant to the federal government. But, due to all of the financial issues, the company I worked for no longer had the work-load to keep me on. I searched and searched for work. Answers I got from employers ranged from being over-qualified to they could not afford me. I tried everything from working retail to call centers to receptionist positions to things in my field of expertise. I also contacted everyone I had worked with for assistance - you know, the "networking" thing.

And yes, I was one of those on unemployment compensation.

I finally got a job in October of 2011 with a municipality in SE Florida. With the little money I had I packed up my car with what I could fit in it and moved down there. It was the only job I could find. It was part-time and had no benefits. But it was work.

In March of 2012, I suddenly started having stomach pain and a high fever. I ended up in the hospital and had emergency surgery removing a portion of my colon. I stopped breathing while on the operating table, but, of course, they revived me.

I was finally released from the hospital 2.5 weeks after my surgery and was released to go back to work a week later (though I still had open wounds and a colostomy.) The Friday before I was to start work on Monday, my boss called me into his office and laid me off.

Since April, I have had to move in with my mother, have another major surgery to reverse the initial surgery, and have been desperately searching for work - with the same results as before. Yes, I have had a few interviews, but nothing close by, and nothing that will really support an individual.

Today I saw my counselor. His comment to me was that he has never seen anyone so dedicated to getting a job as I have been and he just doesn't have any more suggestions for me. When I got home from the counselor, I received a letter stating that all of my unemployment has run out. I have no clue what I am going to do going forward. I really feel like I am at the end of my rope and I cannot even tie a not to hold on....

I just don't know what to do any more. I wonder if this is the end. I feel like my life is over.
IsoBear IsoBear
41-45, M
3 Responses Jan 7, 2013

If you're looking for an easy job that pays well you can teach English online. They pay me $16/hour USD for only a few hours a day and they hours are flexible. Contact me if this is something you may be interested in.

Well, two years went by and I hope you found work. I know of other guys who went through the same anguish as you. Have you considered working security? In my city, all of the security agencies are looking for reliable, well groomed, non-arrest background and drug-free applicants for security positions.

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Looks like this is by and for women and that one has to pay to do this... am I correct?

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