Sunday, January 31, 2010

Still no jobs even at the end of the month

Even after last time I wrote on this blog hoping to find a job went down the drain. This time I went to a few stores and filled out applications for possible job positions that are suited for me. The only experience I ever had is six years of warehouse/light industrial work. Unfortunately, managers think of this as no experience at all except for those working in the same field. How in the world do I pick up office experience if I never had any except academic work (does not count as experience)? I might as well be selling stuff on eBay, but I need a dSLR camera with macro lenses so I can sell some old jewelry and computer components.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Treasure Trooper makes payment to me

TreasureTrooper has made a payment to my PayPal account for doing all those surveys and clicks I did for them. Ever since SWATcash went down, I turned to TreasureTrooper for my needs. Sure it doesn't pay as well, but at least I get some money coming in. There are plenty of offers available on the site. I did mostly surveys since they don't cost me any money. It's really hard to make money when you have no job and no connections. Here's my proof of payment:

TreasureTrooper is a great starting place for those who need a little cash in PayPal or delivered by mail in check form.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Still no work

After going back to college, I still couldn't even find a job. I've applied to Best Buy and Domino's Pizza since they were interested in hiring new employees. After a week and still nothing. Everything seems to went downhill for me and I have to pay for my college tuition and textbooks. I'm not here to spend money on junk like other people and I need to save that money to replace some components in my PC, as well as my poor laptop which seems to not boot sometimes.

I don't even have a car and businesses still have the nerve to deny people based on experience and race. Might as well wait and see if new job opportunities will come in. Some people I've talked to at forums are spending money like crazy and I'm out here begging for money. Guess I'll be the laughing stock when I've finished college in 4 years.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Going back to college soon

I'm going to Georgia Gwinnett College on the 11th and I've rent my books from You heard me, renting textbooks. I've saved over $95 for renting instead of buying textbooks online. The resale value of these books will plummet and become useless once Fall semester comes. I'm still jobless and the employees seem to be ruder and dissatisfied at where they are at. Try telling to those people who've lost their jobs like me and have to figure out how to make ends meet. Nevertheless, I don't give up in pursuing my education and job.