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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by shegzee43: 7:59pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......
You got it all correct. Honestly, I am tempted to say Africans are selfish. You got an opportunity by grace and your neighbour isn't ripe enough to get his and you conclude he's lazy. I was affixed with all those tittles but my time came. Word of encouragement to whoever is on the verge of giving up. God is still planning your package, don't give up on him, If God can do it for me, a nobody; he will do it for you.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Etfash(m): 8:07pm On May 09, 2015
Blastfinito:
Thanks, bro.
Blastfinito, are you in Lagos or Ogun state? Send me a PM.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by PilotOz(m): 8:14pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:
Feeling alone and unhappy. Avoiding people. The list is endless. The one I hate most is some people feel u are just being lazy. The idiots that say go and learn something as if they will give u money to go and learn. Some will say go and do masters, go and start buying and selling. As if they will give u money. Some will say u are choosy. Another will say start small. Start what small? The major problem is not laziness but background of job seekers. Job seekers who were hustlers in school, people who their parents added no value in their lives, who struggled in school already have that tenacity and will to do any kind of jobs. In Unilag I new girls who fix nails, do hair and the ones that carry aristos for a living. Had no help from family. The ones that carry aristos are d ones doing so well now and travel round the world and get married to one mugu. The ones doing handwork continue after school. While the rest, it's either their parents help them or they just sit and wait hoping for a breakthrough. You cannot compare such people who have been spoon fed by their parents which is actually the right thing to do, to start doing all sorts of menial jobs. We have all forgotten the very basis of going to school. The country wants to turn everybody to a daylight business woman or man. All my friends be make up artist, sell clothes and bags, perfumes, caterers and u say I should also do that and market to this same friends. Not everybody is wired to do business. Not everybody is wired to learn a handwork. Not everybody is meant to work in an office. cry frustration should not be the basis of going into anything. I have never seen anybody do well in something they have no love for......
you're fond of coming up with this whenever a thread of umemployment is opened. You have no idea how the human body can be wired to do anything. Your problem is the "fear of what people would think" (low self esteem) u care too much abt wat ppl tink. Which is a big hindrance to success. If one is umemployed, he or she should forget their background and any previous status quo and get down to learn sumtin relevant. You said where would money come to learn sumfin? Thats nt a big deal, becos there r many lucrative hand work one can learn for next to free. Infact if u cant raise money to learn a skill, then that person is damn too lazy. And who said u cannot teach? google is a frnd to learn the basics on teaching ethics. Going 2 skul shouldn't just be to get a job, Its to face challenges nd for self devt. With the right skill, hardwork, perseverance, and GOD, u can succed in anything u lay ur hand to do... u never knw wat u're capable of doinf until u try sumtin... Many ppl have succeded and r still succeding frm sheer hardwork even frm an empty bank acct. And dnt be afraid to make mistakes.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 8:25pm On May 09, 2015
Etfash:

Blastfinito, are you in Lagos or Ogun state? Send me a PM.
Ejigbo Lagos is my permanent base but I'm currently teachin in Osun state. Will send d pm. Thanks.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Jarus(m): 8:26pm On May 09, 2015
ademega:

You are very very free
You are my mentor . you inspired me to write this and others I have written .

Thanks. And if you're in Lagos, i'm giving you free ticket to May edition of JarusHub Networking Saturday (JNS) holding at Protea Hotel, VI, May 30.

Sent sms to 08061198625 to claim your spot

For more details:
http://www.jarushub.com/jarushub-networking-saturday-jns/
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Setaje(f): 8:27pm On May 09, 2015
PilotOz:
you're fond of coming up with this whenever a thread of umemployment is opened. You have no idea how the human body can be wired to do anything. Your problem is the "fear of what people would think" (low self esteem) u care too much abt wat ppl tink. Which is a big hindrance to success. If one is umemployed, he or she should forget their background and any previous status quo and get down to learn sumtin relevant. You said where would money come to learn sumfin? Thats nt a big deal, becos there r many lucrative hand work one can learn for next to free. Infact if u cant raise money to learn a skill, then that person is damn too lazy. And who said u cannot teach? google is a frnd to learn the basics on teaching ethics. Going 2 skul shouldn't just be to get a job, Its to face challenges nd for self devt. With the right skill, hardwork, perseverance, and GOD, u can succed in anything u lay ur hand to do... u never knw wat u're capable of doinf until u try sumtin... Many ppl have succeded and r still succeding frm sheer hardwork even frm an empty bank acct. And dnt be afraid to make mistakes.

Yes I am utterly and awfully scared of what people would think. The thought of doing what I never imagined myself doing will kill me faster than not getting a job. It's easier for u to say but it's hard for me to do. Hmmmmn. Please u cannot understand where I am coming from so u can say whatever u want. What I want is a job. I have every reason to complain cus I am not getting it when I no I am more than qualified. I have been to interviews where I was told I am just so over qualified and they feel giving me this job will stifle my progress in life. I no what I want and a hand job is not what I want. It will be my last resort. I don't pray to get there. Thankyou.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 8:38pm On May 09, 2015
braine:



Abeg, work on your written English before you graduate. It'll really help you a lot.

what you jst quoted was in form of Pidgin English,.. MR Good English, common sense would have told u tat I was jst communicating in our lingua franca and u don't expect me to b spelling all my words , 80% of my post re more of pidgin not tat I luv usin em bt 4 pple to comprehend easily and beside wen am home I use pidgin. " cous 4 my area if u speak English u b junkey trust warri boys" ...... tanx. gonna work on it



Mr. Good English

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Etfash(m): 8:49pm On May 09, 2015
Blastfinito:
Ejigbo Lagos is my permanent base but I'm currently teachin in Osun state. Will send d pm. Thanks.

Check your e-mail; I just replied you and sent my phone number. Save it and let's talk.
I want to believe you will be willing to relocate to Lagos.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by PilotOz(m): 8:59pm On May 09, 2015
Setaje:


Yes I am utterly and awfully scared of what people would think. The thought of doing what I never imagined myself doing will kill me faster than not getting a job. It's easier for u to say but it's hard for me to do. Hmmmmn. Please u cannot understand where I am coming from so u can say whatever u want. What I want is a job. I have every reason to complain cus I am not getting it when I no I am more than qualified. I have been to interviews where I was told I am just so over qualified and they feel giving me this job will stifle my progress in life. I no what I want and a hand job is not what I want. It will be my last resort. I don't pray to get there. Thankyou.
Setaje:


Yes I am utterly and awfully scared of what people would think. The thought of doing what I never imagined myself doing will kill me faster than not getting a job. It's easier for u to say but it's hard for me to do. Hmmmmn. Please u cannot understand where I am coming from so u can say whatever u want. What I want is a job. I have every reason to complain cus I am not getting it when I no I am more than qualified. I have been to interviews where I was told I am just so over qualified and they feel giving me this job will stifle my progress in life. I no what I want and a hand job is not what I want. It will be my last resort. I don't pray to get there. Thankyou.
Dear i knw a lil a bout u.... Some time a go, u gave a detailed background abt urself... Its well... i knw hw it feels like when u have someone that's highly connected and yet, u're nt getting the job u want.. But just knw that no matter the situation, u cannot afford to remain idle. PLS, DO NOT CARE abt what ppl think... Suen Osewa never cared abt what ppl thought when he dropped out as an undergraduate to pursue nairaland, many would have insulted and bashed him for leaving a hot course like "chem engineering" to pursue nairaland. Nw see where it's got him? He once thought chem engineering was for him, but he ventureed into ict, and there was where he made his big breakthrough... My dear, re-orientate urself... If u go out and see hw ppl who never thought they could do a particular thing r making it, u'll marvel. I have my own story too.. Dont limit urself, push urself hard, learning a handwork or doing a little paying job wnt be forever, u might want to settle with ur career(wen u finally land a job) or save up and invest in ur business. I took a high risk by travelling all the way frm benin to lagos to sell my precious Playstation 3 to start a poultry biz with N16K and made nearly N80K 4 months later.(the poulty farmers should knw what i mean) I never had any idea on poultry, i simply had 2 brilliant business partners and i learnt a lot frm them... DONT limit urself to just a job.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Alcatraz001: 8:59pm On May 09, 2015
GodMode:


Good..

Then go and start learning how to code... Even if they're still gonna teach you..

Pls what do u mean by coding? Pls explain so I can understand you.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by bigmummy7(f): 9:00pm On May 09, 2015
kingstanley:
Sometimes i feel life is unfair. 2 years gone....
though it tarries, he that promise is ever faithful, he must surely grant u ur heart desire. he that did it for me will also locate u ok
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Jimohsunday: 9:02pm On May 09, 2015
Broda u get it all .
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by uzoexcel(m): 9:14pm On May 09, 2015
all these one small...after service and that period wey man dey find job,na so i go atm wan withdraw my last 2k wey de my gtb account...d next thing be say the machine no commot my money but still deduct am from my account...i wan die..na so i waka go gtb the next day with the intention of shoutin down the house grin grin grin grin ...omo as i start to de holla, i com hear my name from back, 'uzi uzi, hw far bro'..i turn around c one of my unserious coursemates for school..d guy don become big boy for IT section for bank and he dey cover the whole south east region...he come ask me wetin i wan do for bank say he will help me quicken the process sad sad sad sad sad ...how the hell could i tell this nigger say na 2k dey miss for my account cry cry cry cry... omo, i just pull am aside tell am say i come inquire how to open domicilliary account but in pound sterlings grin grin grin grin grin grin


chai, those fuckkking hopelesss days

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Alcatraz001: 9:22pm On May 09, 2015
bigmummy7:
though it tarries, he that promise is ever faithful, he must surely grant u ur heart desire. he that did it for me will also locate u ok

My sister, I am a christian and I think we ought to stop mixing religion with economics and politics. What's God's business with unemployment? This is obviously in the realm of the physical rather than the spiritual. Our leaders have robbed us blind over the years and this is the result.

We thank God that buhari is on the way to help us retrieve our monies that have been stolen. If I tell you how much I loathe Jonathan and his ibo and south south people ehn, you would be shocked. These people still think jonathan didn't do any bad thing to Nigeria, the man nearly collapsed the whole Nation with Corruption and we are yet to hear the worst of his heist of our treasury.

In my area in ikotun, Lagos the graduates are the most frustrated because we have no jobs and we can't learn handwork because its too late. I for example am a lawyer who has not been able to get a firm to practice law for the past 5 months after NYSC. Can you imagine? A lawyer oooooo.

Vagabonds and riff raffs are enjoying and making money while graduates who took the pain to study don't have jobs in this Our Nigeria. You need to see graduates in town going mad from thinking and frustration. I have told myself that I am not going to any church again, its pure fraud and stress to keep going to church and praying when there won't be any result. We need to retrieve our money and fix Nigeria then we can start correcting this anomaly of Graduates unemployment in our country.

Buhari is like a god to so many now and we pray God keeps him for us so that our enemies don't kill him. Shalom.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by GodMode: 9:22pm On May 09, 2015
Alcatraz001:

Pls what do u mean by coding? Pls explain so I can understand you.
Computer programming
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Alcatraz001: 9:26pm On May 09, 2015
GodMode:


Computer programming

So hw much is it and where can I learn it? How viable is it cos I won't want to finish it and not be able to get a job with it.Thanks.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by ademega(m): 9:34pm On May 09, 2015
Jarus:


Thanks. And if you're in Lagos, i'm giving you free ticket to May edition of JarusHub Networking Saturday (JNS) holding at Protea Hotel, VI, May 30.

Sent sms to 08061198625 to claim your spot

For more details:
http://www.jarushub.com/jarushub-networking-saturday-jns/
You need to see how happy I am.thanks so much. I will be travelling down. I must be their .
Will send the text first thing tomorrow morning .
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by GodMode: 9:36pm On May 09, 2015
Alcatraz001:


So hw much is it and where can I learn it? How viable is it cos I won't want to finish it and not be able to get a job with it.Thanks.

Its a long term learning curve that involves practising... It can never be finished.

The coding industry is saturated... Its hard to get a coding job in Nigeria...

Search google for more information..

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by neyur(m): 9:41pm On May 09, 2015
knostbrown01:
If i see how my drop out friend wey learn mechanic dey spend money....i wonder why i go to school self


Lwkmd here...
Same here.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Alcatraz001: 9:43pm On May 09, 2015
GodMode:


Its a long term learning curve that involves practising... It can never be finished.

The coding industry is saturated... Its hard to get a coding job in Nigeria...

Search google for more information..

So what's the need? We are talking of umemployment in Nigeria remember?

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by bigmummy7(f): 9:45pm On May 09, 2015
uzoexcel:
all these one small...after service and that period wey man dey find job,na so i go atm wan withdraw my last 2k wey de my gtb account...d next thing be say the machine no commot my money but still deduct am from my account...i wan die..na so i waka go gtb the next day with the intention of shoutin down the house grin grin grin grin ...omo as i start to de holla, i com hear my name from back, 'uzi uzi, hw far bro'..i turn around c one of my unserious coursemates for school..d guy don become big boy for IT section for bank and he dey cover the whole south east region...he come ask me wetin i wan do for bank say he will help me quicken the process sad sad sad sad sad ...how the hell could i tell this nigger say na 2k dey miss for my account cry cry cry cry... omo, i just pull am aside tell am say i come inquire how to open domicilliary account but in pound sterlings grin grin grin grin grin grin


chai, those fuckkking hopelesss days
lolzz
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Setaje(f): 9:51pm On May 09, 2015
PilotOz:
Dear i knw a lil a bout u.... Some time a go, u gave a detailed background abt urself... Its well... i knw hw it feels like when u have someone that's highly connected and yet, u're nt getting the job u want.. But just knw that no matter the situation, u cannot afford to remain idle. PLS, DO NOT CARE abt what ppl think... Suen Osewa never cared abt what ppl thought when he dropped out as an undergraduate to pursue nairaland, many would have insulted and bashed him for leaving a hot course like "chem engineering" to pursue nairaland. Nw see where it's got him? He once thought chem engineering was for him, but he ventureed into ict, and there was where he made his big breakthrough... My dear, re-orientate urself... If u go out and see hw ppl who never thought they could do a particular thing r making it, u'll marvel. I have my own story too.. Dont limit urself, push urself hard, learning a handwork or doing a little paying job wnt be forever, u might want to settle with ur career(wen u finally land a job) or save up and invest in ur business. I took a high risk by travelling all the way frm benin to lagos to sell my precious Playstation 3 to start a poultry biz with N16K and made nearly N80K 4 months later.(the poulty farmers should knw what i mean) I never had any idea on poultry, i simply had 2 brilliant business partners and i learnt a lot frm them... DONT limit urself to just a job.


Thankyou for the encouragement.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 9:56pm On May 09, 2015
Etfash:


Check your e-mail; I just replied you and sent my phone number. Save it and let's talk.
I want to believe you will be willing to relocate to Lagos.
Pls, use mergedspirits@gmail.com cos I'm unable to open d one I used to open NL. Thanks.
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by braine(m): 10:03pm On May 09, 2015
OgagaMic:


what you jst quoted was in form of Pidgin English,.. MR Good English, common sense would have told u tat I was jst communicating in our lingua franca and u don't expect me to b spelling all my words , 80% of my post re more of pidgin not tat I luv usin em bt 4 pple to comprehend easily and beside wen am home I use pidgin. " cous 4 my area if u speak English u b junkey trust warri boys" ...... tanx. gonna work on it



Mr. Good English
I had to strain my eyes to read this. Anyway. You're in a public forum where thousands of people read what you write. So you need to imbibe basic communication etiquettes. Its your problem sha.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by nnaubochi: 10:04pm On May 09, 2015
kingstanley:
Sometimes i feel life is unfair. 2 years gone....
all is well
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by brunnette4real: 10:06pm On May 09, 2015
Hmnn!unemploymnent,after nysc I searched for a job and I didn't get,I only got underpaid jobs but couldn't take it.so I started provision business it didn't sell muuch,then I changed to tailoring materials business and tailoring services,in just a year,if you see my shop you won't believe it, I got favours from suppliers ,now in my area my shop is one of the biggest for tailoring things.and a one stop shop for fashion designers.But I started small,even when I had no customer I persisted and was determined to make it coupled with the interest and passion I have for it,I am a graduate of geology from oau ife,I just thank God for divine idea.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Dreamtouch: 10:12pm On May 09, 2015
Avoid depression ask for divine favourite because the race is not for the swift... Ensure you apply for 10 jobs everyweek...1 will click.... The new govt said the will fix unemployment... Shaa
Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Smeeky(m): 10:18pm On May 09, 2015
Hmm....I must first of all appreciate the OP.

This thread with its comments, has been discouraging in some point.

We all know of the country's failure towards employment, but it doesn't always have to be the country's fault for your being unemployed.

I am currently serving in a remote village in ondo state, which I will be rounding off in July by God's grace. And I must say that some Nigerian graduates are the most unserious and lazy sets of graduates.
Few months ago, a company recuiting,requested for cv submission, and to my utter amazement, I saw most corp member running helter-skelter begging for help to prepare their cv.
For Jupiter sake, why will you relax until you are being tensed, before you know what is good for you.

Preparations for the labour market begins from your nysc days. Some people relaxed until after service before preparing to seek employment.

I am currently Learning data analysis, advance use of excel, And at the same time studying aptitude test questions both on GRE and SHL,and all this cost me real good money. While I got colleagues who spends their time chatting and eating all day. And you expect me to wish them success in labour market. Lol!
As much as I know it's not going to be easy out there, so also do I try to reduce the chances of it being too hard.

They say "Success is Pain....Ignorance is bliss".Make your choice.

Some of you who have typed here know you didn't prepare real good for the job.

I actually feel for the unemployed, and I pray my story will not turn the same, as your stories will turn to testimonies soon.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by Nobody: 10:22pm On May 09, 2015
braine:
I had to strain my eyes to read this. Anyway. You're in a public forum where thousands of people read what you write. So you need to imbibe basic communication etiquettes. Its your problem sha.

if life goes d way u wish, it won't b fun.. don't expect people to behave like u, ..

tanx 4 ur coretion

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by olareed(m): 10:25pm On May 09, 2015
kelvine:
By that time you would have forgotten the pain, you will not be able to encourage others like the OP just did. Also you will not be able to separate real friends from fake ones.

OP could write this out of his fulfilled mind...meaning he's got a job already...and for fake friends,I need not write any epistle to spot them...

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by braine(m): 10:27pm On May 09, 2015
OgagaMic:


if life goes d way u wish, it won't b fun.. don't expect people to behave like u, ..

tanx 4 ur coretion
LOL! Thats quite true tho! I guess I have a funny sense of "fun.".... I'll try to be flexible.

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Re: The Pains Of The Unemployed by olu4life(m): 10:54pm On May 09, 2015
Smeeky:
Hmm....I must first of all appreciate the OP.

This thread with its comments, has been discouraging in some point.

We all know of the country's failure towards employment, but it doesn't always have to be the country's fault for your being unemployed.

I am currently serving in a remote village in ondo state, which I will be rounding off in July by God's grace. And I must say that some Nigerian graduates are the most unserious and lazy sets of graduates.
Few months ago, a company recuiting,requested for cv submission, and to my utter amazement, I saw most corp member running helter-skelter begging for help to prepare their cv.
For Jupiter sake, why will you relax until you are being tensed, before you know what is good for you.

Preparations for the labour market begins from your nysc days. Some people relaxed until after service before preparing to seek employment.

I am currently Learning data analysis, advance use of excel, And at the same time studying aptitude test questions both on GRE and SHL,and all this cost me real good money. While I got colleagues who spends their time chatting and eating all day. And you expect me to wish them success in labour market. Lol!
As much as I know it's not going to be easy out there, so also do I try to reduce the chances of it being too hard.

They say "Success is Pain....Ignorance is bliss".Make your choice.

Some of you who have typed here know you didn't prepare real good for the job.

I actually feel for the unemployed, and I pray my story will not turn the same, as your stories will turn to testimonies soon.
Should I call this false assumption Bruh u wouldnt want to know or experience it so dont just sit ur ass in ur house and conclude about stuff u know nada about.

Lemme share this story, I went for an interview for the role of a Customer Care in a popular firm. On getting there, I met a friend; the least person I expected to see. Know why? She graduated with 1st Class. She actually came for the role of marketing. Had to confront her cos I was short of words. When I heard her story, I just had to curse this country. This is a lady that is extremely hard-working plus a nerd. This was a year after our NYSC.

And do u know what it means to be under-employed Please ask around for clarification. Quote me anywhere, 60-70% of graduates are under-employed. Do u think its favourable? Think of the transport cost, feeding, expenses to keep up wit then lastly family pressure Especially if u work in a city.

By the way, help is needed in writing ur CV. U need a professional touch to it which u cant clearly know since u arent in the HR dept And neither is it something u study in school.

Dont just sit down and talk thrash when u have no idea of what the situation is. Fine some graduates could be lazy but thats a little percentage to the total number of the unemployed.

#My2Cent

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