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    Ok maybe the harsh title isnt as bad as it seems, I walked out of my job beginning of last december, as i was being verbally abused on a daily basis, and ever since i have been seeking employment.

    Now its started getting me down as:

    1) Iv applied to over 100 jobs and got one interview
    2) I cant afford to go to uni
    3) I cant afford to go to college
    4) I cant pursue many careers due to being severly deaf
    5) Im hard working, pretty clever, yet cannot find anywhere

    Basically what the **** is happening!!! And what do i do?? I cant just keep applying getting nowhere, why does nowhere want me
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    What is you skill set ?
    What sort of jobs are you applying to ?
    Is there a mismatch between the two ?

    Are you being rejected before you get to an interview ?
    If so, look over your CV and tailor it carefully to the job.

    Are you being rejected at the interview stage ?
    If so, work on interview technique and presentation.
 
 
 
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