Remember the old story about the ant and the grasshopper? Basically, the ants store up for winter and the grasshopper doesn’t- guess who makes it to the next spring..
Ok- it’s really important to be the ant now!
I don’t know exactly when it starts but the next recession will be very unforgiving. It will also create new opportunities so it’s not all doom and gloom. But the difference between extreme economic suffering and adjusting to new... see more

Hi Frederick Goff yes absolutely be like the ant. Preparing for the worst is key and pushing yourself forward! It's... see more

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I was unemployed for about 5 months in 2015 and very unsure about what I wanted to do next. I was spending 50-60 hours a week researching and applying to jobs. It took a while but I found a great job and it put my career on a new trajectory.

But burnout is real even when you're unemployed and I was worn down. Here are my tips for treating yourself with kindness while you're unemployed now that I'm on the other side of it.

  1. Set daily time... see more

Great advice! I was unemployed for 2 months a few years ago and I sweated nt gettin interview s, because what was... see more

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I am finishing up high school but working at Home Depot part-time. It's helping me save up for college which is nice. Not sure I will have enough for yet but my manager is cool and let's me pick up extra shifts on Saturday if someone calls out. Hoping I won't need too many more scholarships or finacial aid to help me out. Trying not to end up in debt.

Does home depot offer tuition reimbursement? If not- talk to the store manager- maybe if you agree to work their... see more

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The interviewer expanded the job, hired me as a part-time stocker.

The interviewer expanded the job, hired me as a part-time stocker.

Stocking shelves

Very relaxed, friendly work environment. Customers always came first.

Start saving for retirement with first paycheck! If I had, I'd have a LOT Morin my IRA. Not sure how the retirement tiers work now, but I started in Tier 2, changed after 14 years to Tier 1. If I had started in Tier 1, I'd be getting around $5,000 a month, instead of $2,700. No matter what you do, work towards your retirement goals.

I think it's always a good idea to plan for the future and it's never too early to start saving when you begin a... see more

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Please say I didn't talk to supervisor when the flood came but you just don't know the phone was messed up to it was a serious problem when the flood came to Baton Rouge I called and talked to a co-worker then the phone dropped call everything was messed up I really like my job but after the flood everything changed

When I had to work buy self all night

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