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Old 25-06-2019, 10:36 AM
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Me too, same situation as you. So have to change my diet, recently started my whole family 3 meals go garden by the bay find different free flowers and grass to eat for 3 meals, can bath there somemore. Maybe you can consider joining me?
Are you serious?

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Old 25-06-2019, 10:50 AM
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Thank you for the encouragement, just find it quite tough even for this short period.. cant imagine for those who are jobless for years sigh, lets push on
Mental strength is essential

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Old 25-06-2019, 10:52 AM
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I have a pal who is jobless or I should say, refuse to work for 1.5 years. He believe in finding the job that he really like. up till now, he is still cherry picking... he is 40yo this year and he hasnt hit the panic button yet.

he is not exactly a high flyer, just contented with job that pays him 3k per month.
Same. My friend's daughter has a second lower from an Australian university but believes that her first job should be paying $5k. Needless to say, she is still jobless. Sometimes, such people exist because their parents spoil them too much and shelter them from the realities of life

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I have a pal who is jobless or I should say, refuse to work for 1.5 years. He believe in finding the job that he really like. up till now, he is still cherry picking... he is 40yo this year and he hasnt hit the panic button yet.

he is not exactly a high flyer, just contented with job that pays him 3k per month.
He doesnít hv kids?
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Hiring manager here, your 5 months experience is a black spot in your resume, I would recommend you to put your reason of leaving in your resume, else I wonít be wasting time for such candidate as there are too many applicants.
Thank you for the advice, what would be a good way to rephrase my reasons in a positive light? Also, would it help if I included what I did during unemployment (eg attending course/volunteering etc). I am confident of doing well in interviews, just find it hard to secure one with a good company.. guess itís going to take abit of time
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Old 25-06-2019, 12:31 PM
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Are you serious?
I am serious, my family often lure around the gardens by bay big baby satute. So you want join me? I can teach U the art of flowers and bushes eating. So when recession comes you will not die of hunger.
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Old 25-06-2019, 08:47 PM
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There are many jobs available. Learn to appreciate them. Start with doing contract work and short assignments. It keeps you busy and makes you feeling less depressed. I started doing internship then moved on to a big company. Start small, aim big.

If you like to be independent, can start your own business such as driving grab. If anyone ask what you do, just say you are an entrepreneur in the transportation business.

Stop spending hours complaining in online forums, playing online games and not doing anything productive. Delivering food via food panda or grab food is better than staying at home and blame everyone else for your jobless situation.


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There are many jobs available. Learn to appreciate them. Start with doing contract work and short assignments. It keeps you busy and makes you feeling less depressed. I started doing internship then moved on to a big company. Start small, aim big.

If you like to be independent, can start your own business such as driving grab. If anyone ask what you do, just say you are an entrepreneur in the transportation business.

Stop spending hours complaining in online forums, playing online games and not doing anything productive. Delivering food via food panda or grab food is better than staying at home and blame everyone else for your jobless situation.
If you are chio can be car show model like this video below good rates and easy money. try to zao geng your panty often then you will have more assignments in car shows and become ang pai. the ugly ones no choice by have to start eating grass.

s://..com/watch?v=PQIcNx7P0NA
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If you are chio can be car show model like this video below good rates and easy money. try to zao geng your panty often then you will have more assignments in car shows and become ang pai. the ugly ones no choice by have to start eating grass.

s://..com/watch?v=PQIcNx7P0NA
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Old 26-06-2019, 02:26 PM
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There are many jobs available. Learn to appreciate them. Start with doing contract work and short assignments. It keeps you busy and makes you feeling less depressed. I started doing internship then moved on to a big company. Start small, aim big.

If you like to be independent, can start your own business such as driving grab. If anyone ask what you do, just say you are an entrepreneur in the transportation business.

Stop spending hours complaining in online forums, playing online games and not doing anything productive. Delivering food via food panda or grab food is better than staying at home and blame everyone else for your jobless situation.
Totally agree. There are many jobs available. If the jobless here can have the capacity to choose jobs, I don't see why they should even feel depressed being jobless in the first place.
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