posted on Dec, 10 2009 @ 05:35 PM
That sucks mate in a similar situation applied for everything you can imagine like literaly the crappiest jobs goin, even though I have a degree under
Have you ever thought about university though? Even though I've just stated my degree hasn't really helped... it is an easy enough life and an extra
edge in the job market(apparently) when you graduate. Doesn't even have to be particularly taxing degree but it is a good way to keep yourself going
through tough economic times.
Can't hurt to apply for next year if the job market is still garbage by then, as I imagine it will be. You can get full government funding in the UK,
(I assume you are since you are a Muse fan) including maintenance costs, extra help particularly if you are on your own. I've always felt like uni is
kind of a transition period between school and the 'real world.' If you don't think your qualified enough now, look into free education courses in
your area, and hype these things on your CV. Volunteering is a good plan too because your learning skills and helping folks out, gives you a
I would say your quite a resourceful person draw on your instincts, tough times develop some of the most valuable skills that will stay with you for
Don't let it defeat you.