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GOOD SENSE

Schenectady, NY

#22 May 1, 2014
Gotcha wrote:
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I applied for the 3 professional design jobs today in the area that all pay more than my current FT + Benefits job that is pretty decent. Soooo I'll have to disagree with you. What's it going to take to fix the lack of jobs around here?
you. you going back to school to learn a new craft for incoming nanotech startups. you learning how to work in insurance. you. starting a business that is tax free for 10 years backed by a grant for seed money that receive after learning how to write a proper business proposal. You. installing clean and solar energy on private homes.
but... I guess it really could be everyone else's fault except for yours.
You did say "applied for", not "was hired for". What would you consider "in the area"?
Gotcha

Utica, NY

#23 May 1, 2014
GOOD SENSE wrote:
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You did say "applied for", not "was hired for". What would you consider "in the area"?
Clinton, Rome, and Utica.

I know this is difficult for small minds, but there are other places than the newspaper where people post jobs. Not that hard to find, really... and my FT gig is good enough I probably don't even need to leave. Just more options. Motivated professional people make their own way, they don't rely on others for approval or handouts.
obvious

Rome, NY

#24 May 1, 2014
Gotcha wrote:
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Clinton, Rome, and Utica.
I know this is difficult for small minds, but there are other places than the newspaper where people post jobs. Not that hard to find, really... and my FT gig is good enough I probably don't even need to leave. Just more options. Motivated professional people make their own way, they don't rely on others for approval or handouts.
If your full time gig is good enough, than why are you wasting the time of others in your pursuit of happiness? Sounds like you work for the OD. I don't believe you for a second .....
Ugh

Rome, NY

#25 May 1, 2014
Try going to staff works or another temp agency. I got my full time job with benefits through them two tears ago. Been there ever since
no jobs

Rome, NY

#26 May 1, 2014
Gotcha wrote:
<quoted text>
I applied for the 3 professional design jobs today in the area that all pay more than my current FT + Benefits job that is pretty decent. Soooo I'll have to disagree with you. What's it going to take to fix the lack of jobs around here?
you. you going back to school to learn a new craft for incoming nanotech startups. you learning how to work in insurance. you. starting a business that is tax free for 10 years backed by a grant for seed money that receive after learning how to write a proper business proposal. You. installing clean and solar energy on private homes.
but... I guess it really could be everyone else's fault except for yours.
oh this is going to be easy...

There is no jobs. What don't you understand?
Steeling more money from the people (how do you think government gets money) to get all these government programs for money. Tax free for 10years? How about after 10years the taxes and other government problems come back and the business will likely close. How about we shouldn't have that problem of government to begin with so government acting like its helping for that 10year b.s. Installing solar panels I mean really? That must be part of your rant. THERE IS NO JOBS OR DECENT ONES AND THE GOVERNMENT IS PART OF THE PROBLEM! Then there is people like you that think its people at fault when it begins and ends with government snd people like you supporting it. So, your part of the problem also.
GOOD SENSE

Rome, NY

#27 May 1, 2014
Gotcha wrote:
<quoted text>
Clinton, Rome, and Utica.
I know this is difficult for small minds, but there are other places than the newspaper where people post jobs. Not that hard to find, really... and my FT gig is good enough I probably don't even need to leave. Just more options. Motivated professional people make their own way, they don't rely on others for approval or handouts.
I'm a motivated professional. I'm in at least the same position as you. Don't try to make yourself feel superior by bragging to those who have less. You and I both know it's tough out there. Don't take it for granted that your motivation will always be enough. Just be thankful and shut the hell up.
GOOD SENSE

Rome, NY

#28 May 2, 2014
GOOD SENSE wrote:
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I'm a motivated professional. I'm in at least the same position as you. Don't try to make yourself feel superior by bragging to those who have less. You and I both know it's tough out there. Don't take it for granted that your motivation will always be enough. Just be thankful and shut the hell up.
STOP YOUR CRYING! being on welfare is NOT a motivated professional!
Gotcha

Utica, NY

#29 May 2, 2014
obvious wrote:
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If your full time gig is good enough, than why are you wasting the time of others in your pursuit of happiness? Sounds like you work for the OD. I don't believe you for a second .....
two of them were nearly 20% pay increases, and no I don't work at the OD. you don't have to believe me for a second, but I wish you would believe in yourself for a second, who knows what may come of it.
Beans Burritto

Rome, NY

#30 May 2, 2014
the new mcdonald's is hiring
NotALocal

Rome, NY

#31 May 2, 2014
no jobs wrote:
<quoted text> oh this is going to be easy...
There is no jobs. What don't you understand?
Steeling more money from the people (how do you think government gets money) to get all these government programs for money. Tax free for 10years? How about after 10years the taxes and other government problems come back and the business will likely close. How about we shouldn't have that problem of government to begin with so government acting like its helping for that 10year b.s. Installing solar panels I mean really? That must be part of your rant. THERE IS NO JOBS OR DECENT ONES AND THE GOVERNMENT IS PART OF THE PROBLEM! Then there is people like you that think its people at fault when it begins and ends with government snd people like you supporting it. So, your part of the problem also.
Perhaps if you could pass a drug test you would have more options. There are jobs around the area, for the right people who possess the right skills.
Beans Burritto

Rome, NY

#32 May 2, 2014
unskilled
Truth

Watertown, NY

#33 May 6, 2014
Gotcha is right.

If you are young, healthy, and can't find work then you are either uneducated or you really don't WANT to work.

There are good jobs out there, but you need an education. Good writing skills help too.

If you look at the spelling and grammar errors of those who defend their theory that no jobs exist, you will see they pretty much prove my point. Although I do know an engineer who can't spell either...
DSC

Ardsley, NY

#34 May 6, 2014
My $27hr in Rome is butter!
ward

Rome, NY

#35 May 6, 2014
I guess if you can not find a job you should have taken the co,s test. Starting salary 39,014 after 26 weeks 41,037. You have to put up with a lot of crap, but well worth it. Who cares if the community thinks you make to much. Just think after a couple of years well over 50k.
Mr Obvious

Syracuse, NY

#36 May 6, 2014
Reading this thread proves one thing for sure. If you animals speak as you write, we must have the worst english, spelling, and grammar teachers in the country!
Gotcha

Utica, NY

#37 May 6, 2014
Truth, DSC, Ward, obviously get it and understand. Those who can produce always will, the others will just be looking for convenience and a handout and wanting to shift blame to everyone but themselves. These Dream jobs that they conjure in their mind that will never exist. Finding out that they are the one's who need to change more than anything else, is scary, frustrating, and invokes the hate from within from them.

also enjoying slapping trolls around with reality of situations and the gravity of their own actions.
Mr Obvious

Syracuse, NY

#38 May 6, 2014
Gotcha wrote:
also enjoying slapping trolls around with reality of situations and the gravity of their own actions.
So you're king of your own little empire here. All hail the king! LOL fkn douche nozzle.
Hey

Rome, NY

#39 May 6, 2014
What exactly is a good paying job?
Beans Burritto

Rome, NY

#40 May 8, 2014
over $30.00 per hour to start for the high school grad.

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