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Buying a business. Turnaround Financial restructuring Solvency strategies. What will be my first work? Please explain this in steps??? Wondering how I am going to bay the bills, especially when you were off due to a disability, being barred from any unemployment benefits because of it, and you only receive a small portion in food stamps a month. Yeah, that will help me pay the rent, utilities, car payments, and medical expenses.
Also, how does one know what one's talents are, that would actually be useful in an employment setting? Some employers and coworkers have said I had a great attitude, generosity, and willingness to serve.
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That I always put others first, did not seek self adulation, and gave my best in all that I did. And that I went way out of my way for others.
However that does not help when employers are looking for people with a Bachelors degree, and how many years of experience you have in the position you are applying for. I want to be content. I have read on the Chabad site and others about the value of tzedakah, and the blessing one receives from doing it with a full heart, and they site examples of those in history and current day financially successful people. Yet, again, one who is just about broke, or struggling to make it, Where is the help?
Why the continue to struggle financially, even it one is trying one's best to do the mitzvot with a a heart full of the love of G-d? Why the exception? Zwillinger's comments Michael. That is an excellent tip -- to the various Federation agencies, I would add your alumni association and any professional society you might belong to.
In fact, I submitted a 2nd article on job hunting -- not yet published here. We encountered so many people with financial difficulties. Yes, we asked people not to drop their support of Federation, even if they had to reduce or delay it. But we were also able to target those people that Federation might be able to help with existing programs e. So I would add a 6th tip. Do your research. Find out what organizations are out there to help you. Don't be proud. You might find that you are able to help someone else at the same time you are requesting help. Please Donate.
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