Use the moments of desperation in your difficulty finding work to great advantage! One of these tips may help find you work!
When you can’t find a job anywhere, even becoming a McDonald’s reject, try making money from moments of desperation and a change in your mode of operation.
the chronic “things to change” list
If you have been looking for a job for an extended period of time, consider that you just may be hard to employ, and the same things that Employer A would not choose you for, also Employer B,C,D, E,F, G, H, also would not choose you for the same reasons. It means instead of keeping putting yourself out there and keeping getting discouraged and beat down, work at changing those reasons. Get others to help you. Get community agencies to help you.
the continual assets list
Realize that those who are easy to employ are impressing Employers A-H in all the same ways. Those who are easy to employ may be easy to get along with, well-prepared, have a solid work history, good credit, a reliable vehicle….
what chronic “things to change” costs in reality
It may be a small group of things that is keeping you hard to employ, but when you look at the fact that each employer sees it, it costs you many thousands of dollars. Examples of things that employers would look at, across the board could be: lack of real world work experience, lack of a consistent job history, lack of references, don’t own a reliable personal vehicle.
moment of desperation yields $15,360.00 potential
If you are truly hard to employ, you need to then work the system to your advantage. In a moment of desperation in the middle of the night, trying to help a friend who is also hard to employ who was borrowing money for rent from me shortly after I finally found a position myself, I looked up (in the search engine Google) the words HARD TO EMPLOY (and the name of my city).
This led me to an agency that helps people who are hard to employ find and maintain jobs. The pretax earnings for this moment of desperation if he can manage to keep this $8 an hour full time job even a year: “$15,360.00. After 6 months of unemployment, this sounds good. It sounds even better to me, because I don’t need to help when it hurts my own finances.
The potential of that moment is even greater now, because we are working together on investing funds, so $15,360.00 may become so much more, particularly since we both discount shop everything and so may have extra funds to invest from that.