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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Rhonda, What sort of jobs are you looking for? I would suggest filling out your profile so we have a better idea of your experience!

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Katherine Atwood
3 months ago
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Eligibility requirements question

My child's school closed due to covid 19, which caused attendance issues and I was fired from my staffing agency job. Does the work search being waived save me from the requirements of followup and job search thru the agency to qualify for benefits? I didn't realize u have to contact them within 24 hrs and wait three days to file. Does this still apply due to work search requirements being waived? Thanks #help #eligibility #unemployed #momlife #thestruggleisreal #coronavirus

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Anaya Johnson
3 months ago
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Finding my way

I am 15 years old soon I will be 16 and I want to be an actress but I don't know where to start and before I do anything I need to get me a job to get some cash in my pockets but I need help with that as well. #Help #actingismypassion #jobsearch

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chris garcia
4 months ago
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How can I get a job #help

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Nichelle Hellums
17 days ago
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Babysitting

I am a stay at home mother of two boys. I am looking for a babysitting job. I love kids and my boys just love to play with others. #babysitting #help

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Judy Shepherd
4 months ago
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Just barely a teen

How do I find an online job at the age 13 #help #workfromhome

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Michael Carvalho
about 1 month ago
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Depression is Real

Each Month I am assigned to work the phones at the office for people who are dealing with Depression. Help is available call 800-662-HELP! As we deal with job loss, financial issues, family issues, help is available. Here are some questions to consider asking when you call a depression hotline:

What are some common symptoms of depression? Do I actually have depression, or am I just sad? Will I feel like this for the rest of my life? Is it possible to have more than one mental illness at a time? What can I do to start feeling better? What should I expect when I seek treatment? What levels of treatment are there for depression? What type of therapy or medication can help me resolve my depression? Will I have to be on medication for the rest of my life? Will insurance cover the cost of treatment? If I don't have insurance, how much will treatment cost? Are there any free or low-cost resources in my community? What should I do next? Watching a loved one struggle with depression can be just as difficult and frustrating as experiencing it firsthand. Family members may feel helpless or even give up trying to help their loved one. It is important for family and friends to know that resources are available for them as well. Call 800-662-HELP Today! Calling a depression hotline can help you answer the following questions:

How can I tell if someone I love is dealing with depression? Should I confront this person, or is there another way I can start the conversation? How can I show my support? Are there any support groups for family and friends of people with depression? What options do I have if I fear that my loved one is at risk of hurting themselves or someone else? What Is Depression?

Depression does not have to be a life sentence, even though a person experiencing a depressive episode might feel like it is.Many life events can leave us feeling sad or down, but depression is different than just being sad. Situational sadness becomes depression when it lasts longer than 2 weeks, when you experience it for most of the day nearly every day, when your symptoms are distressing, and when you experience a negative impact in one or more areas of your life.

Depression can affect your ability to function at work, school, or home and can reduce your motivation to engage in social and recreational activities.1–3 Common symptoms of depression include:1–3

Feeling sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, helpless, worthless, guilty, or generally pessimistic. Feeling more irritable than normal. Not doing the things you used to enjoy because you have no interest and/or motivation. Feeling easily fatigued or generally lacking energy. Experiencing changes in your sleep and/or appetite. Having difficulty thinking, making decisions, concentrating, or remembering things. Having an increase in physical ailments with no medical reason or evidence as to why. Thinking of death or suicide. Depression does not have to be a life sentence, even though a person experiencing a depressive episode might feel like it is. There are treatments that have proven effective, and people with depression typically find relief from a combination of psychotherapy and medication. #depression #help

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Lisa Mcneer
about 1 month ago
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I currently receive disability benefits for SSDI. I also had a part time job that made ends meet, that I have lost back in April due to the covid-19 movement. I worked as a housecleaner and babysitter since November of last year. Can I file unemployment for my lost wages? I didn't earn enough to file taxes last year. So my fiance just claimed me as a dependant, which in turn kept me from receiving the first stimulus check. I am really struggling and need assistance. Any advice? #unemployment #benefits #coronavirus #eligibility #help #GEORGIA

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Katherine Atwood
3 months ago
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Hector Garcia
2 months ago
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I didn't get the 1st check and believe me I did everything possible to get it,now they're sending out a second check I need to speak to someone about this,something is wrong in the henhouse and it doesn't smell good. I need help 4 sure. #HELP ME.

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