posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 06:08 PM
As a 20 something living in the most populated area of Ontario, I must agree.
Ever since I got out of school the only jobs I was able to find was part time, in order to move into full time. Working part time you get no benefits
what so ever. I also had to sign a contract with workplaces stating I wouldn't seek employment with the competition while I was employed. This was
such a dilemma as I would only ever get 18 hrs/week hours if I was lucky. I had to quit.
Since then, finding work that would be able to pay off all my debts accumulated is almost impossible, especially now, when there are hundreds of
people applying for a position.
The only other choice I really have now is to work for myself, create my own business. I got a plan in the works, but I will need a lot of good luck
and investors who are willing to work with me, as getting a loan from the bank now would be impossible seeing as how I owe them so much money from
school debts and such.
This is the reality my generation faces in Ontario.
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