I am on PA and my caseworker sent me a letter about a training opportunity to become a FAA certified Aircraft Mechanic. The requirements are that you either have to 1.) been fired 2.) no longer able to collect unemployment 3.) unlikely to return to a previous industry or occupation 4.) a displaced homemaker.
My dh would fall under #3. He is a truck driver and is gone for several weeks and we are barely making ends meet. But that would require him leaving a job that he already has. He is on the fence about it but i really want him to do it. Because right now our ultimate goal is to get him and be able to afford it. His being gone all the time is tough on the kids and myself. And this job doesn't feel worth it. Do you think it's a good idea or would that be considering abusing the system?? I am starting school soon as well so I guess we will be living off of our tax return until he finishes the training.
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