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January 28th, 2009 at 10:56 am
I’ve been thru recession before,and always found work…
January 30th, 2009 at 6:05 am
No, I think they ones who were lucky to find work are selfish hypocrites who happen to be lucky
February 1st, 2009 at 4:07 am
i think that they have a right to be angry but complaining just annoys people!
whiners are so annoying.
they’ve just gotta go and do it! a lot of the times they’re just lazy and won’t look
February 1st, 2009 at 10:33 pm
the united stated is in serious trouble, the ecomny is falling badly.
February 5th, 2009 at 8:33 am
Well sometimes it i shard to find a job, i dont think it’s because all of them dont want to work, it’s just that they want to be happy with the job that they have and enjoy it. Some of them are just lazy whiners though.
Mandy aka Dane-A-Holic
February 7th, 2009 at 12:27 am
I kind of agree. I choose to stay at home because I dont need to work. But yeah, generaly the people I hear complaining are the ones with no education, or the ones who chose to get a ridiculous degree that they knew going in wouldn’t have a good turnover rate. Theres always work if you know how/where to look.
February 10th, 2009 at 8:17 am
I don’t know , a view years ago i would have says yes you can do and become anything you like… but now theres so many people coming into the country that want to work for peanuts.. so theres not much choice or to tell what you want anymore and i think it will get worse as long theres no stop on that……good .luck though in what you want and are looking for..
February 11th, 2009 at 7:48 am
No, they’re not whiners! I have a college degree and a great job as a marketing manager. I feel like it’s time to move on, but there aren’t really any jobs available that interest me.
My best friend was a mortgage underwriter, and with the housing crisis, she was laid off her job.
My dad worked at the same company for 20 years, and he was the VP of new construction. Well again, with the housing market collapsing, there IS no new construction. After 20 years, he was let go at age 48!
I have other educated, successful friends who have lost their jobs as well. There just aren’t as many jobs out there because companys can’t afford to even keep the employees they have.
February 11th, 2009 at 2:32 pm
I do not know that unless I listen to them individually to understand what upsets them about the job market.
I do know that there was an interesting National story about a week ago, I hope you had a chance to see it.
They were going into factories that have trained positions in them that require technical schooling and training, and they cannot keep the positions filled because most young Americans think the jobs are beneath them, or they are just too lazy.
The real kicker is that most of these positions, none of them start at less than 40,000.00 a year.
So a lot of outsourcing is going out to countries where people enjoy working and do not expect everything to be given to them for next to no work or effort.
Just remember, you do not come in fifth place in America and lose, you are just the fifth winner…oh…and here is your trophy.
HA HA HA…..WEEP…WEEP…Laugh
February 14th, 2009 at 8:47 pm
no the job market ***** right now I read the other day unemployment rate is at around 5% and rising. I recently lost my job and have been looking all that is hiring are jobs that won’t pay my bills most are part time jobs. I’m also in school and have a weird schedule until may that doesn’t help. I might have to take two part time jobs if i can’t find anything soon though.
February 16th, 2009 at 12:59 pm
Good question! Well, I am a recruiter in the financial market and I know that area is pretty bad right now. Companies are not hiring the way they were 6 months ago. So there are some people who have earned the right to whine, even though it is very annoying and doesn’t really help the situation.
Here is a great site for jobs in the financial market
I think things will get better in 6-8 months and the whining will stop exponentially.