Since January I haved been bummed out over the job market. I just graduated from college to become a teacher (one of the main reasons I reevaluated my drinking), but now this field has little openings. I went into this profession because of the strong need for teachers, but contrary to what people say there are just very few opening and ever increaseing graduates...anyways not to go on and on about it, but I'm just wondering what everyone does for a job, if they have one. I just decided today I'm not going to substitute teach anymore, so I'm unemployed. It just weighed on my nerves too much to be in an unfamiliar enviroment every time I went in. You wouldn't think this is a big deal, but it was.
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