A Day in the Life of an Unemployed Citizen
Article #60 April 27, 2022
Good day, everyone! I worked really hard today and am fatigued. However, this does not imply that I have a bad life; rather, it is a bad day. One of the reasons I'm sad today is because I'm unable to make effective use of noise.cash. I know I'm not the only one who has had this experience since I've seen many of you post about it here. I assumed they were updating it presently, and I know it has to be a positive update, which is what I am hoping for now. It's unfortunate that we can't interact with our friends there; it's so strange that it makes us unhappy. Noise.cash appears to be a part of living for us, and we cannot feel the day if we do not use it. Haha. I'm hoping it'll be okay tomorrow so we may post or interact with our pals there.
I just realized how long I've been an unemployed citizen in this country. I felt humiliated that I am still reliant on my mother for my everyday necessities. I'm not married yet, but I can't help but feel ashamed that I still rely on her. Back when the pandemic had not yet begun, I was the sole provider for myself at the age of 18, and I also gave a bit to my mother and siblings. When it's payday, I often send them money to use or treat themselves. But now it appears that I am back as a youngster in need of a provider.
Fortunately, I discovered noise and reading, which allowed me to indulge my needs and wants while also saving some money for when I needed it the most. I may also treat my mother and other siblings; a small gesture from me makes them extra happier. My mother, in particular, is usually surprised when she receives a delivery from her workplace. When I cash out some of my earnings, I never fail to give her some food or other stuff. I am one of the individuals who lost their jobs when the pandemic began. I can still remember how delighted I was when our manager emailed me that we wouldn't be working for a week due to the outbreak of the covid virus; I remember how excited I was that day. I was devastated at work back then because I was sent to Trinoma, which was far from my home, and I had to take a bus, a tricycle, and even walk a long distance to get there. I had no idea it would go so long, and I was even sacked from my work. They are unable to sustain the costs at that branch, hence it must be permanently closed.
Being unemployed isn't too dreadful as long as we can find ways to boost our income, which we are doing here and there. I'm trying to find or acquire another means to obtain or generate an income so that I don't have to return to the city and look for work. Living far away from family is difficult and aggravating, especially when your coworkers are not friendly and kind. Do you ever had a coworker that despises you? I've just been working for two years and more, but I've seen a wide range of coworkers, some of whom despise, like, or envy you. Whatever sort of coworker you have, you should still be kind to them since we never know what they could do to you at work, and they could be your friend or enemy. I remember my boss telling me once that if you want to stay at your job for a long time, you should not be friends with your coworkers. He's not trying to say he doesn't want to be close to them, only that he doesn't want to be too close. He added we go to work to work, not to make friends, and I know that makes sense.
Okay. I've talked a lot today; I'm very loud, aren't I? I apologize for the inconvenience. I simply felt that I had been unemployed for far too long. Is it okay to be sad and delighted about it at the same time? Haha. I enjoy being this way, but I know it is insufficient for me and my family.
Thank you very much, dear sponsors; I pray for your safety and prosperity in life.