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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Mahonri, Apr 18, 2009.
IT'S DEFINITELY GETTING BAD HERE
(Cat's are so dramatic)
It's not that bad around here, but I've heard that budget cuts in California have cause some hardships.
The subject is very sad but that is priceless!
Youngstown, the 15th most dangerous city in the US to live in, more dangerous than the SR50 strip and the Parramore neighborhood in Orlando worse than Atlanta GA and Compton CA. 'nuff said???
in my city? terrible. But it was like that when we moved here. No difference
But there are still jobs out there for those that want them. If you want to work in the city you need to not have any experience or education it seems.
If you have education and experience. You may have to travel some, but there are jobs here.
I live in western WA and our economy is supplied by the logging industry and fishing. Things are going down hill very fast and we have a 60% unemployment rate here...
Love that post!
Around here with Caterpillar plant shutting down much earlier than expected, many people are out of work and not enough work to go around.
When we go out to eat, we check out the cheap places such like Steak n Shake and I saw numberous couples sharing ONE single hamburger with small order of fries to SHARE between them. Sometimes it makes me cry to see that but they seems to be indifferent about it. Even the waitresses do understand why sharing meals was necessary to save a dollar a long ways. Besides the hamburger meal is less than four dollars.
I sure hope things will pick up but Caterpillar and Ameren IP are not hiring or recalling those employees back yet.
The other day I saw two women on the side of the road, one with a little baby, and one with a toddler, with homeless signs. The car in front of me gave them money, but this was last Sunday, and at the time I had $30 to get from Sunday to Friday... And... Am I wrong in thinking that they should be able to get assistance since they have kids? I kinda feel like they were using the kids for pity. I give to reputable charities, so don't hate me.
My parents have a roofing business and things are tough. To cut costs people are being illegal. Not having their papers and such. Or doing things under the table. Since my parents are legal, they're looking real hard at how they do business. But my step-dad's been in the business for 39 years, so I trust that he can get through it.
And I work in a fabric store. We're doing quite well considering that many people want to make or fix their clothes now. Many things are cheaper to make. Curtains, baby/toddler things, wedding supplies, etc. So the DIY places are doing swimmingly.