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Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
You people that are talking about how there are jobs everywhere really need to take into account where this person is talking about.
The OP is talking about Detroit, and if you think there are tons of jobs there, then you are nothing short of delusional and completely out of touch with reality.
Originally posted by Thunder heart woman
Originally posted by crimsongod21
reply to post by Sherlock Holmes
I disagree i have been looking and applying for jobs that are well below my previous pay scale. And being turned away due to lack of exp.
I seriously do not understand this.
I took a part time job with Mc Donalds opening every morning for breakfast last winter. They trained me, they did not need previous experience.
Originally posted by gwydionblack
reply to post by Havick007
Also, anyone who wants to make an argument on how you can survive on your own on a minimum wage job, feel free to do so. I'd like to hear the reasoning of this.
Originally posted by Jordan River
reply to post by schuyler
i have nothing in the bank, wanna pay for the moving
Originally posted by autowrench
reply to post by nahahh
Right on! I wish I could start a computer repair business here in Ohio, but right now the only constant income we have is Social Security. The town I live in wants almost $1100 for licenses, services, and permits to start a business here! Way out of line. No one here wishes to fund this, so I am on my own. It is pretty depressed here, no jobs, most on Welfare. We are thinking of moving to a State where the per capita income is higher, and people are spending more on services. The Obama Administration seems to have almost killed off small business.
Back during the 80s, I was in the service garage business with my son in Northern Indiana. We were making over $500 a week easy, then GWB was elected, and it all dried up. I am not sure what happened exactly, but one day the cars were lined up when we came to work, the next day there were none. I took to driving semi, and five year later rolled it over and broke my back.