Despite Trying Hard, I still cant find a job

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It's been a bit of frustration driving a 100 miles up into the mountains and not getting hired. Well, I even applied for a minimum wage job and they didnt call back. They tell us the unemployment rate is 5.5, but where are the jobs?
 
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Re: Despite Trying Hard, I still cant find a job

The jobs are it South Dakota but you'll have to work in the oil fields. Maybe the bullet train construction will begin soon. That way you can work between Merced and Fresno
 
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Re: Despite Trying Hard, I still cant find a job

I have a friend who lives down the street. He was trying to help me. But he has a friend who told me George Bush was a child molester and that we all have been implanted with chips by the government. Scary stuff!
 
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Re: Despite Trying Hard, I still cant find a job

PS, SC, you still haven't told our audience that you and I have worked together. Let them know how far we go back and what we used to do together.
 

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What you contemplate you imitate
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Re: Despite Trying Hard, I still cant find a job

It's been a bit of frustration driving a 100 miles up into the mountains and not getting hired. Well, I even applied for a minimum wage job and they didnt call back. They tell us the unemployment rate is 5.5, but where are the jobs?
I'm not going to SD, or Merced. I just want to work
I have a friend who lives down the street. He was trying to help me. But he has a friend who told me George Bush was a child molester and that we all have been implanted with chips by the government. Scary stuff!
PS, SC, you still haven't told our audience that you and I have worked together. Let them know how far we go back and what we used to do together.
disObamaillusioned...
 

scrimmage

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Re: Despite Trying Hard, I still cant find a job


COSTELLO: I want to talk about the unemployment rate in America .

ABBOTT: Good Subject. Terrible Times. It’s 5.6%.

COSTELLO: That many people are out of work?

ABBOTT: No, that’s 23%.

COSTELLO: You just said 5.6%.

ABBOTT: 5.6% Unemployed.

COSTELLO: Right 5.6% out of work.

ABBOTT: No, that’s 23%.

COSTELLO: Okay, so it’s 23% unemployed.

ABBOTT: No, that’s 5.6%.

COSTELLO: WAIT A MINUTE. Is it 5.6% or 23%?

ABBOTT: 5.6% are unemployed. 23% are out of work.

COSTELLO: If you are out of work you are unemployed.

ABBOTT: No, Obama said you can’t count the “Out of Work” as the unemployed. You have to look for work to be unemployed.

COSTELLO: BUT THEY ARE OUT OF WORK!!!

ABBOTT: No, you miss his point.

COSTELLO: What point?

ABBOTT: Someone who doesn’t look for work can’t be counted with those who look for work. It wouldn’t be fair.

COSTELLO: To whom?

ABBOTT: The unemployed.

COSTELLO: But ALL of them are out of work.

ABBOTT: No, the unemployed are actively looking for work. Those who are out of work gave up looking and if you give up, you are no longer in the ranks of the unemployed.

COSTELLO: So if you’re off the unemployment roles that would count as less unemployment?

ABBOTT: Unemployment would go down. Absolutely!

COSTELLO: The unemployment just goes down because you don’t look for work?

ABBOTT: Absolutely it goes down. That’s how it gets to 5.6%. Otherwise it would be 23%.

COSTELLO: Wait, I got a question for you. That means there are two ways to bring down the unemployment number?

ABBOTT: Two ways is correct.

COSTELLO: Unemployment can go down if someone gets a job?

ABBOTT: Correct.

COSTELLO: And unemployment can also go down if you stop looking for a job?

ABBOTT: Bingo.

COSTELLO: So there are two ways to bring unemployment down, and the easier of the two is to have people stop looking for work.

ABBOTT: Now you’re thinking like a Politician.

COSTELLO: I don’t even know what the hell I just said!

ABBOTT: Now you’re thinking like President Obama.
 
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