So I’m a little late to the party here, this article was published in January, but If I can find a positive message and circulate it, then I will.

I don’t really like my current job,* but I won’t complain about it, because I do believe that being without a job entirely (not to mention an income) is a circle in hell.  
* Incidentally, I have also been the recipient of really useful advice, such as “Hey, why don’t you just look for a better job?” This is also part of the reason why I don’t like to complain too much – the endless amounts of bad, borderline insulting advice from well-meaning (I think) people. 

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2 thoughts on “POSITIVE LINKING

  1. shivasnotes says:

    Unsolicited career advice is one of the most annoying things. People always make it sound so easy and cut and dry. Please, you don't know my line of work or the current market, so shut it.


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