Tuesday, July 21, 2009
I don't regret relocating to Cleveland, Ohio. Relocating to Cleveland is the necessary next step in my evolution. I do admit that being employed by a legitimate employer would make my residence in Cleveland vastly easier. I know I'll become employed again if I'm persistant enough. Cleveland is a great city to live in. I can't wait to see what fantastic adventures I'll have in Cleveland.
I've been living in Cleveland, Ohio since April 2009. I'm still unemployed. It's not easy being unemployed for such a long time. I'm hoping that I could find a legitimate employer before winter arrives. I'll still go job hunting even if it snows. However, getting a job before winter would help a great deal. Having a legitimate employer right now would also be useful. It's not easy going for four months without a weekly source of income.
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
I'm still filling out job applications. There were a few job interviews along the way. Nothing yet, but I'm still looking. I wish the recession would come to a conclusion this year because I don't enjoy being unemployed. I don't recall ever being unemployed for this long. I refuse to accept government assistance. There's too much paperwork and documentation for comfort. I simply need to be patient and persistant. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Friday, July 10, 2009
I've been a legal resident of Cleveland, Ohio since April 1, 2009. I've also been unemployed since April 1, 2009. It's not easy to spend day after day filling out job applications with nothing to show for it. I'm no longer using the ATT cellular telephone with my Columbus, Ohio telephone number on it. I'm only using my Verizon cellular telephone that my biologic father is paying for. I can't afford to use the ATT telephone anymore. Three months of unemployment does have it's consequences.
Thursday, July 2, 2009
The good news is that my resume has been recovered from my floppy disk. This is fantastic news because I don't need to rewrite anything. I printed out four copies of my resume just to be on the safe side. Now that I've been armed with resumes, I'm ready to resume my job search. I know that I'll find employment soon. I was expecting to be employed two and a half months ago. However, I will rise above every challenge thrown at me. I refuse to give up. The economy will improve. When the economy improves, the employment market will improve. When the employment market improves, I'll be employed again. I hope that the economy improves next week because it's tough to exist without a weekly paycheck.