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I’m living with my parents again temporarily at 25, and jobseeking as I’m a graduate again. Finding work is taking longer than I expected and I need to move out Asap as my family situation is a night mare. I have about 3k in savings. Does anyone have a reasonable idea of how I can move out in this situation but without landing a job yet? Like if there is a super cheap way to live or if there’s support for people in my situation. A job should come up soon as it’s been 2 months looking
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Try and share with a friend perhaps?
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Agree with flat sharing, especially if you do it in a cheap area
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Agree with flat sharing, especially if you do it in a cheap area
Yeah I'm considering it but the only job interviews i've got have been for 10-20 hours a week roles I can't really pay rent with that
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Yeah I'm considering it but the only job interviews i've got have been for 10-20 hours a week roles I can't really pay rent with that
Work out how long your savings would last you for and decide whether or not it is feasible to move out. If not, may be best to just stick around at home until you manage to find a job.
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