Be satisfied with what you got

United States
June 20, 2009 11:20pm CST
The unemployment rate just keep on rising on May, last month. People are worrying, and many people still on the job hunt. Government stimulus aid won't help much for most of the family. Ultimately, it is still on you own. For people still having jobs and earning money, be satisfied with what you got right now. Even though you are aiming for something higher, you might need to hold your horse a little bit, and play it in a secure way. It just a piece of advise. Take what you got out there, and keep it as long as you can.
4 responses
• China
22 Jun 09
Maybe we should think so. Yes, under this harsh economic climate what else we can do? Since we can't change our situation in a short time, we'd better keep our heart peaceful and happy. Remember that: God only gives us what we can hold. Good luck.
@Jemina (5783)
22 Jun 09
Keep it as long as you can? But sometimes it's not the case. Many factories are shutting or at least making some of their workers redundant and you never know if you're one of them. How can we be satisfied with what we got? I guess the best thing is try to live on a budget and avoid unnecessary spendings even if it costs only £1. Every opportunity to save that pound or penny must be taken seriously. I really am worried. Our house is still on a mortgage and I don't have a full-time job. I can't be satisfied until I get a FT job or at least make enough online. But if things work continuously with my program I hope to be earning at least $100 a week with it within a year.
@ShellyB (5244)
• United States
21 Jun 09
I have to agree with you. I have a part time and well I am happy with it. Thanks for the discussion.
• United States
21 Jun 09
I totally agree with you. I lost my job in January and still haven't found one. There are just too many people out there in the same boat. So, I decided to make lemonade out of lemons, and am now going back to college. I joined the nursing program. Not only do I want to help others, but healthcare is always in need of help.