Struggling to Find a Job

Last Update: February 04, 2016

Hey everyone,

I just recently moved to a new city with my girlfriend to buy a house and get the fresh start we deserved. She was able to transfer from her old location to the new location here, but I wasn't so lucky. My job that I had was a seasonal job where I ended up working my way up into management. It was a roofing job and I became the dispatch manager. The problem with moving at this time was that the branch in this new city was much smaller then the branch I came from. So the transfer was out of the question for me.

My girlfriend and I decided to take the leap of faith and go for it. We have been out here for a couple of months now and have our house (finally) due to us having to live in a hotel for over a month. It was difficult.

In December I started to apply for work but I didn't even get a bite. It is now February and still..... nothing. I joined WA to see if I could possibly do something online so that I wouldn't have to find a job because I do not agree with the whole work the 9 to 5 for that steady secure paycheck.

So while still struggling to find a job I can tell you that I haven't given up on it but I also haven't been trying my hardest.

I believe WA can provide for my family if I keep at it. I haven't seen any money come through just yet but I have seen traffic to my site clicks on my links. So I know it'll happen. I just need to be patient.

Wish me luck on this journey as I continue to move forward.

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groundup Premium
You can do anything you put your mind to, go get'em!
JudeP Premium
All the best pushing forward :)
TheGrizzly Premium
All the best to you in the in your job searching efforts. I'm currently working on a book on the jobs etc. It's a big deal, and many people struggle with getting and keeping jobs. If you would like to talk about your job search some more feel free to DM me.

Ps. I know we all want to make it online, and enjoy an independent income, but sometimes we have to face reality and see that these things are not an overnight quick fix.