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I have tried and tried finding a job but everytime I try i get nowhere. I have no job, no money, no car, and I am always getting nagged at about nothing. Sometimes I just want it all to end but then other times I see good things and try to stay strong but it is very hard.I just don't know what to do

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Profile Photo by faith ANGEL22K+ (22.4k points)   3 7 36
Sorry to hear that you havent found a job yet, and I can understand the frustration,but you must not let things get you down for it can all change for you.

You are seeing good things so you know that they are there , you just need to find more good things to make you feel life is OK, not perfect, but OK to good to great. Keep being strong and don't give up.

I am here if you wish to message
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Profile Photo by goodwill ANGEL24K (33.8k points)   5 12 59
oh how i've been there! don't lose hope. yes i know the nagging does not help. if you could get a job you would have a job! maybe this if God's way of telling u to explore other options - maybe school or the armed forces. Education is a great achievement, and something that can never be taken away from you. If your main priority is still a job, then maybe just change tactics. What kind of employment are you looking for ...

It will change.
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Profile Photo by Parker (240 points)  

I am sorry to hear about your current status, but it made me smile when you said you see the good things. :) That is the right attitude and you can just keep focusing on that. Although things may seem to be at their worst, the good things is: (1) it is just a phase and (2) we are still far more fortunate than a lot of people in this world. The fact that you are able to air out this concern shows how much better off you are compared to most people who are fighting for their health, starving, no access to technology, uneducated, etc.

Personally, I would just keep trying. Be humble enough to take on any job that accepts you, just to get the bills settled. Then when you get yourself more leverage, that's when you start exploring other opportunities. Always remember that there are endless opportunities for anyone patient enough to look for them.

Stay strong and keep the faith.

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