My thoughts on unemployment

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My thoughts on unemployment Photo credits: pinterest Unemployment is of vital importance, particularly to the unemployed. ~Edward Heath This is my first blog post and if you’re reading this, it’s a mystery as well as miracle – how you found me! In case I need to explain why I choose this topic,…

My first blog post!

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My thoughts on unemployment My thoughts on unemployment

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Unemployment is of vital importance, particularly to the unemployed.
~Edward Heath

This is my first blog post and if you’re reading this, it’s a mystery as well as miracle – how you found me! In case I need to explain why I choose this topic, the reason is unemployment is the inspiration for starting this blog in the first place! So I am going to share some of my thoughts on this depressing topic.

My thoughts on unemployment My thoughts on unemployment

Unemployment is the state where an individual is willing and capable of work but work on the other hand is not willing to cooperate. It’s very gloomy when one wants but can’t get what he wants! Add to that society’s pressure and judgements. Financial crisis and failed relationships doesn’t help this gloomy state of affairs.

Unemployment catches you and pulls you into a deep dark sleep…

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  1. That meme is hilarious. I was feeling particularly shitty this morning but that made me laugh. Thank you!

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    1. I love how a meme can turn a bad day tolerable! Thank you for the appreciation, I’m glad this made you laugh. 😊

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  2. This is very important topic! I’ve seen that most places look for these overly happy, energetic and talkative people. But what if you’re simply different? People come to you and say, ‘everyone will get a job if he just wants it’. It’s not really all that simple.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your thought. And I completely agree with you. It’s not that simple because people aren’t simple. We all have different temperaments, we should respect that at workplace. But it’s sad that’s not always the case.

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  3. Hi. I nominated you for the Liebster blogger award, checkout post on:.
    https://grumpyivaan.wordpress.com/2018/03/10/liebster-award-nominees/

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    1. Thank you so much for thinking of me to nominate. I’m humbled & appreciate it a lot.

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      1. You’re welcome, it was coming soon or later, you write a great blog

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      2. Thank you for this appreciation, means a lot 😊

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  4. FireBrightStarSoul March 13, 2018 at 3:42 pm

    #relatable

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  5. It’s one of the major problems our country in facing today. With nepotism and corruption dwelling in the darkened hearts of the people, what lags behind are talents and original souls. Before it becomes a huge hindrance in our progress, we need to stand up for ourselves and fight against injustice. And nothing is an ‘end’, as it’s rightly said ,”where there is a will, there’s a way.” So the need for the youth is to discover that way as burn the passion within them, to ignite that ‘Will.’

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    1. Thank you so much Akash for sharing such a positive & inspiring thought. Where there is a will (let’s hope) there will be a way!

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      1. 😊

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