For many of you, there’s a good chance this is #1 on your personal list of terrible things.
Is there anything worse than the fear and desperation that sinks in mere moments after you’ve lost a job?
“I can’t be out of work,” you think, “I have bills to pay, a mortgage, kids that won’t stop growing, and a million other things to worry about. What am I going to do?
And so you start checking the paper and the local employment websites before you have to actually head down to that sinkhole of human misery, the dreaded unemployment office. You won’t find a soul in that place having any fun! The staff is angrier than the people they’re supposed to be helping!
We’ve all been there. What we do for a living defines most of us. It moulds our image in the eyes of society, unfortunately. Personally, I have no problem carrying the luggage of ungrateful douchebags in order to put bread on my table.
It’s certainly better than the alternative.