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Anywho, I'm back to being jobless. I HATE this! Been using Monster.com to find jobs, but I feel somehow like its cheating, as if sending resumes and coverletters electronically is worthless. I feel like I should be sending a hard copy to these people. On the other hand, all the people DID ask for resumes to be sent to their generic "jobs@" type email addresses.
I dunno. I just used to LOVE what I was doing. Now, I'm back to square one. Too scared to start my own business cause both my hubby and I are unemployed (he worked at the same place!) and too scared to move to where there are some jobs. I've lived in Erie for most of my years and I hate to leave but there is absolutely nothing here. *sigh*
If anything it can be a great chance to learn new skills.
If you don't already have a site the Google sandbox might be a problem on getting a site up and profitable but possibly you could find a site to buy on a topic you love.
If you haven't, you should spend time reading the Adsense forum.
When I was employed, I often thought of starting a site, but after working 8+ hours a day, I really didn't feel like coming home and doing more work. Don't get me wrong, I loved what I did but I hardly wanted to do it ALL day long. Unfortunately, I'm finding that some places, not all, but enough to notice, want to see a portfolio. I can't blame those companies. It makes good sense. I just wish I'd have had more ambition earlier so that I'd have a decent portfolio online right now.
I'll let you know how it goes!
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