If you got all 4 jobs you applied for there is either a) lots of work available or b) fewer candidates for the employers to choose from.
When there are literally no jobs, it doesn't matter how qualified, willing, resilient, resourceful you are - there are no jobs. "Thinking outside the box" is not going to solve the issue.
You could work weekends? If the degree isn't going to lead to a job in the next year then defer or cut way back on subjects so you can work nights? When are you planning on working once you've finished your degree?
Unfortunately the need to earn money sometimes means our lifestyles aren't what we want, it means making hard choices.
It all makes sense to me. When the youngest is 6 and all children are at school, I wouldn't expect to still be getting this payment
We did the tree change thing, got the acreage.
A) it's a lot of work
B) we moved away from our supports
C) we were travelling really long distances to our jobs
D) the schooling options weren't great and while the acreage was great for kids the rest of it wasn't
Solution, sell up at great financial loss to move back to the city.
At no point did I think it was the governments responsibility to maintain us in that lifestyle!
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