Are you,your SO or both of you unemployed at the moment? If so,what do you do to survive? Do you look for side jobs,sell your belongings on Ebay,etc? Do you accept help from friends,family,government,etc?Answer Question
Answer by autodidact at 5:13 PM on Jun. 20, 2011
My daughter moved to So America. She is teaching Environmental Economics and Chemistry and is a language resource (she is tri lingual) at a British Intl IB HS. The school provides her a decent salary, HC benefits, transportation (a driver), uniforms and a hot main meal daily. They also deal with and pay for all Visa issues. She is sharing a home with 2 teachers from England.
Much better than any job she was offered here in the states. OP, far as I can tell there are very few open jobs that provide a living wage. Education, skills, current experience and a connection are often times NOT enough. GL- there are many in your shoes.
Answer by Sisteract at 5:17 PM on Jun. 20, 2011
Answer by Mel30248 at 5:19 PM on Jun. 20, 2011
Auto- even in professions were there are jobs that are far too many people applying for far too few jobs. In addition, many COs have open positions that they are choosing to leave vacant. My own unit has 12 open positions that will be left vacant...we could use those nurses and there are many clamoring to get in-
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