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#1
dole scum :thumbsup:
1 Like #2
I am currently seeking jobs...
banned#3
Robotochan
I am currently seeking jobs...


Can i be nosey and ask you how long, you have been unemployed?
#4
Say it loud

[SIZE="4"] "I'm on JSA and i'm proud"[/SIZE]
banned#5
thesaint
Say it loud

[SIZE="4"] "I'm on JSA and i'm proud"[/SIZE]


I do :thumbsup:
banned#6
starsparkle2311
I'll be even nosier, what jobs are you seeking?


Any?
#7
Erm been on it since June looking for any jobs, had a couple of interviews but nobody will employ me, haven't had a job so have no experience... but I do have a degree and good Advanced Highers, Highers and Standard Grade results...
banned#8
Robotochan
Erm been on it since June looking for any jobs, had a couple of interviews but nobody will employ me, haven't had a job so have no experience... but I do have a degree and good Advanced Highers, Highers and Standard Grade results...


I haven't worked since March this year and i have decided to hold my head up high and enter the job centre.

Good Luck x x
#9
Not 'seeking' very hard... there are jobs everywhere - I'm waiting to hear back from a couple of places for a second job at the moment...

Bar work? Agencies? Are you being fussy and only looking for easy/well paid or skilled work?
banned#10
[email protected]
Not 'seeking' very hard... there are jobs everywhere - I'm waiting to hear back from a couple of places for a second job at the moment...

Bar work? Agencies? Are you being fussy and only looking for easy/well paid or skilled work?


I can't afford to be fussy anymore, toilet cleaning, here i come :roll:
#11
I've been applying for roughly a job a day, sometimes a couple sometimes none.
1 Like #12
delivery jobs , pizza place , loads
1 Like #13
DLM
I can't afford to be fussy anymore, toilet cleaning, here i come :roll:


With students back in most cities there's work to be done in the evenings - bar work, pizza shops (and deliveries if you have a driving license) waitressing (mmm, tips)

Take a stroll through the nearest highstreet and you'll find something :)

Don't do toilet-cleaning - it smells :)
#14
alnbowes
delivery jobs , pizza place , loads


SNAP!
banned 1 Like #15
Robotochan
I've been applying for roughly a job a day, sometimes a couple sometimes none.


It can be very dishearting sometimes being out of work.

Hope you get to do what you want to do.

Times are hard, unfortunately x x
banned 1 Like #16
DLM
I can't afford to be fussy anymore, toilet cleaning, here i come :roll:

well im considering pimping i you are really looking for a job :p lol x
banned#17
[email protected]
With students back in most cities there's work to be done in the evenings - bar work, pizza shops (and deliveries if you have a driving license) waitressing (mmm, tips)

Take a stroll through the nearest highstreet and you'll find something :)

Don't do toilet-cleaning - it smells :)


Thank you for your help.

It is appreciated :thumbsup:
banned#18
salder21
well im considering pimping i you are really looking for a job :p lol x


Ok, pimp away :roll:
#19
DLM
It can be very dishearting sometimes being out of work.

Hope you get to do what you want to do.

Times are hard, unfortunately x x


Yeah it's a little depressing, planning on doing a night course to gain a microsoft certification in November to give me something to do and make me look more attractive to employ :whistling:
1 Like #20
Hi. you could sell some Avon,loads of people buy it now its coming up to Christmas! and i can sign people up to become a rep too ;O)
banned#21
Robotochan
Yeah it's a little depressing, planning on doing a night course to gain a microsoft certification in November to give me something to do and make me look more attractive to employ :whistling:


Good for you :thumbsup:

Stay positive and keep smiling.

Life is tough at times x x
banned#22
_kells_
Hi. you could sell some Avon,loads of people buy it now its coming up to Christmas! and i can sign people up to become a rep too ;O)


I know, i need to be more motivated.

I find Avon's customer service is a bit rubbish, do you?
#23
Robotochan
Yeah it's a little depressing, planning on doing a night course to gain a microsoft certification in November to give me something to do and make me look more attractive to employ :whistling:


well change the avvy euk:whistling::oops::-D
1 Like #24
Hi folks,

I don't know what kind of job you are actually looking for but hope you will find the career that is enjoyable as well as challenging and prosperous.

However, I think the best thing to do at the moment is to get your experience by building up your everyday skills doing a bit of voluntary work if necessary so prospective employers can see that you are doing and have done something while job seeking. You may even find a position in the organisation you volunteer with, some do pay good salaries and some don't.

Also have a look at the websites of your local authorities like councils, police, NHS trusts and so on, some have a particular agency to supply their staff.

Don't Despair the work is there and there's lots of help for you to get it.
banned#25
sofatoad
Hi folks,

I don't know what kind of job you are actually looking for but hope you will find the career that is enjoyable as well as challenging and prosperous.

However, I think the best thing to do at the moment is to get your experience by building up your everyday skills doing a bit of voluntary work if necessary so prospective employers can see that you are doing and have done something while job seeking. You may even find a position in the organisation you volunteer with, some do pay good salaries and some don't.

Also have a look at the websites of your local authorities like councils, police, NHS trusts and so on, some have a particular agency to supply their staff.

Don't Despair the work is there and there's lots of help for you to get it.


Thank you, so much for this x x
banned#26
Thanks everyone, i have repped you all x x
#27
If anyone really wants to they can have my job! :)
Good luck to everyone that's looking at the moment - I can't imagine how I'd cope on anything less than I get...
I need a sceond job - if the two I've applied for don't get back to me this week I'll be asking bar-to-bar for some evening work... how else will I fund my expensive tastes?
banned 1 Like #28
salder21;3099209
well im considering pimping i you are really looking for a job :p lol x

If you require training I can help with this....


biggest thing though is you gotta be 'pimp'

and get yourself a nice pimp suit!
http://www.easleys.com/ProductImages/tabis/7968PimpDaddy.jpg
banned#29
ODB_69
If you require training I can help with this....


biggest thing though is you gotta be 'pimp'

and get yourself a nice pimp suit!
http://www.easleys.com/ProductImages/tabis/7968PimpDaddy.jpg


lol cheers for that. you gonna teach me some things?
#30
thesaint
Say it loud

[SIZE="4"] "I'm on JSA and i'm proud"[/SIZE]


Does this apply to everyone in your opinion?

I am currently out of work having lost my job at the beginning of this month. I have now applied for 16 jobs in the last 3 weeks and am sick of being told I am over qualified. I have worked since leaving college (19 years ago) and this is the first time I have ever been out of work.

I absolutely hate it and am desperately unhappy - for personal reasons losing my job has left me in an awful position.

I cannot work evenings because I have two young children and as their dad works full time he refuses to look after them.

I am currently doing voluntary work at a school reading with the children and also spending time with children in the local hospice until I can find employment.

Tbh I am ashamed to be claiming JSA but the fact is I need it to get by and I have paid into the system so whatever anyone else thinks I am entitled to it.
banned#31
fireheaven
Does this apply to everyone in your opinion?

I am currently out of work having lost my job at the beginning of this month. I have now applied for 16 jobs in the last 3 weeks and am sick of being told I am over qualified. I have worked since leaving college (19 years ago) and this is the first time I have ever been out of work.

I absolutely hate it and am desperately unhappy - for personal reasons losing my job has left me in an awful position.

I cannot work evenings because I have two young children and as their dad works full time he refuses to look after them.

I am currently doing voluntary work at a school reading with the children and also spending time with children in the local hospice until I can find employment.

Tbh I am ashamed to be claiming JSA but the fact is I need it to get by and I have paid into the system so whatever anyone else thinks I am entitled to it.


Good luck Fire Heaven x x
banned#32
ODB i have pm'd you a game
#33
fireheaven
Does this apply to everyone in your opinion?

I am currently out of work having lost my job at the beginning of this month. I have now applied for 16 jobs in the last 3 weeks and am sick of being told I am over qualified. I have worked since leaving college (19 years ago) and this is the first time I have ever been out of work.

I absolutely hate it and am desperately unhappy - for personal reasons losing my job has left me in an awful position.

I cannot work evenings because I have two young children and as their dad works full time he refuses to look after them.

I am currently doing voluntary work at a school reading with the children and also spending time with children in the local hospice until I can find employment.

Tbh I am ashamed to be claiming JSA but the fact is I need it to get by and I have paid into the system so whatever anyone else thinks I am entitled to it.





IMHO I think people like yourself who have put in are entitled to get back . Its the people who have never worked and never put anything in. I think these people should be made to do some form of work in the community be it painting railings etc to earn their dole whilst brightening up their community .
#34
DLM
Thanks everyone, i have repped you all x x


you re3pped me ?????
#35
[email protected]
If anyone really wants to they can have my job! :)
Good luck to everyone that's looking at the moment - I can't imagine how I'd cope on anything less than I get...
I need a sceond job - if the two I've applied for don't get back to me this week I'll be asking bar-to-bar for some evening work... how else will I fund my expensive tastes?


indian delivery job on a friday :thumbsup:
#36
Probably why you spend most your time on here, disgusting.
banned#37
alnbowes;3099582
IMHO I think people like yourself who have put in are entitled to get back . Its the people who have never worked and never put anything in. I think these people should be made to do some form of work in the community be it painting railings etc to earn their dole whilst brightening up their community .

I agree with that...

I hated being on dole when I first finished uni...LOATHED going that place, dont mind people who are generally looking for jobs but so many just wanted to bum off the state...sickened me...

I would have happily done community work for the cash, think most would and I dont agree with people just sitting on the dole and taking the cash with zero intention to work...fair play to those intending to work, its hard but you just gotta stick with it...good luck those of you looking :thumbsup: and shame on those that dont wanna work :x
banned#38
alnbowes
you re3pped me ?????


Yes because i like you, sometimes :p
banned#39
To be on job seekers allowance don't you have to apply for 3 jobs a week? I was made to and the first job I applied for gave me it...was Tesco's urgh I went dressed all smart with a tie. £800 per month what a joke. My self esteem was way low before I went there, was worried I wouldn't get it. Left 2.5yrs later begged me to stay as he wanted to train me as a manager (yeah right). Earn almost double that now.
#40
That's exactly the way I feel ODB, I'd rather be doing something for my money!

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