I Can’t Find A Job

Overeducated, under experienced, and unemployed

You Have To Be A Fool Not To…

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If people’s comments on this blog are any indication (and they are), it’s really rough out there. Really, really rough.

Educated, bright, hard-working, do-everything-right-their-whole-life types are finding themselves out of work. Some for different reasons than others.

Some might be “too smart.”

Some might not have experience (employers love that word, don’t they?).

Some might be overqualified or have “too much” experience.

Others might live in areas that are even more economically depressed than other areas of the country and job prospects are nill.

Regardless, you are still making purchases.

You still have to replace things that broke in your home from Lowe’s or The Home Depot.

You still have to buy dress pants or a suit (because your current suit pants that you have split when you sat down for your job interview).

You still try and buy people birthday gifts, baby shower gifts, etc. from Target, the Home Shopping Network, QVC, Babies R US, Nordstrom, etc.

If you’re lucky, you might even book a vacation through Orbitz, Hotels.com, The Holiday Inn, etc.

During tough times, it makes sense to SAVE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE, right?

Well, I have GREAT news.

There is a way to save money by making purchases at your favorite online stores.

Best Buy, Barnes and Noble, Sears, Disney, Avon, Walmart, Pro Flowers, Sony, Netflix, or whatever store you fancy — you can save money!

How? Through Ebates! All you do is create a FREE and SIMPLE account through Ebates and viola, you’re done!

You find your favorite store on the Ebates site, click a link, and you appear right on your favorite store’s website.

The best part? You can earn from 2-20% back on each purchase for simply doing nothing! You get money back just for clicking a link through Ebates and going to your favorite store’s website.

Don’t be stupid. Save where you can. You have to check this out.

CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED SAVING TODAY!

P.S. Between my fiance and I, we got checks back for well over $300 in less than a year for simply using Ebates for everyday online orders. That’s $300 more in your pocket for NOTHING!

Written by icantfindajob

July 28, 2011 at 12:09 pm

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  1. On of the reasons we may be having trouble finding jobs is because so many people are faking resumes. I just read a book called The Fake Resume Guide: An expert in employee relations….This expert (she manages human resource directors)reveals how businesses are being flooded by fake resumes and they have become almost impossible to disprove. For example they make up a fake work history and then bring in fake W2 forms and fake Paycheck stubs to verify that employment. The book told how they did it and how employers are being tricked into hiring them. I can’t believe what this world has become!

    jnoll

    November 23, 2011 at 4:01 pm

  2. Man this is just crazy…I’m still having trouble getting a legit job! It really sucks sometimes!! I just need something…anything! I’ve gotten some sweet writing jobs online though, it has helped me at least pay the rent! I’ve started blogging about it on my site:

    http://ineedajobrightnow.wordpress.com/

    joetorres1

    May 3, 2012 at 5:33 pm

  3. Wow. I actually thought you were really gonna help me out here. Or at least give me some helpful words of advice or and inspirational story to make me feel better. But no. Ebates. That’s your solution to me not having a job? Ebates? You just wasted my time with this. Thanks for nothing.

    lilbriko

    November 23, 2013 at 11:36 am


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