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Dealing with a depressing job

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane on Saturday. 12 Replies

Hi all,I'm looking for some advice on a work issue. Basically my job is getting me down, some days I feel ok, others I feel down and dread going in.I've ended up working in a hotel and mostly night…Continue

Women with body image issues

Started this discussion. Last reply by Douglas Aldrich Mar 19. 6 Replies

Hi all,Basically, my fiancee has some body image issues that I'm not sure how to support her with. I was wondering if any of you have experience of this sort of thing and can give any advice?The main…Continue

Fiancee's father

Started this discussion. Last reply by Drew Dec 7, 2016. 7 Replies

Hi all,My fiancée has a bit of an issue with her father and I was hoping to get some advice on how to best support her through it if possible.The back story is as follows. I met her 5 years ago and…Continue

Hypotheical: 10 million or 10 years?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter J Harings III Jul 15, 2016. 8 Replies

Hi all,Just a hypothetical I saw on another forum and thought some of you may find interesting.The question is as follows: if you were offered 10 million (of your country's currency) in exchange for…Continue

 

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Shane replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"You could write up a skills based rather than experience based resume."
Saturday
Drew replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Thanks, I normally do tailor my CV to the job, emphasising different things depending on the role etc. I usually miss out my degree subject (i.e. just have the uni name and the years). I'm cautious about missing it out altogether as it may look…"
Saturday
Shane replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Leave your degree off your resume and tailor them to the jobs. "Overqualified" means the protective employer recognizes your position as 'I'm looking for something better but I need something now.' Leave out your future and…"
Friday
Drew replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Again thanks for the responses. 2 part-time roles may be an option, although I don't know how each employer would feel about me having another job. It wouldn't lead to any sort of tax penalty provided HMRC (our equivalent of the IRS) knew…"
Friday
Shane replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Why are you getting rejected?"
Friday
Danny replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"This may be a bit of a stress but have you considered doing two part time roles at the same time? I don't know if it will affect your taxes or impose a penalty on your 'second' income or anything like that but you could make the hours…"
Thursday
Drew replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Hi everyone, Thanks for the replies. My fiancee doesn't drive and there's not much public transport at night in this area (if any) so her getting a night job isn't really an option. I don't have a particular job in mind at the…"
Thursday
Danny replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Hello! Are you working mainly night shifts because there aren't any vacancies elsewhere in the hotel? A move to another department could work out better for your schedules. It's not ridiculous that you're unhappy about not seeing…"
Thursday
Lumberjoe replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Lifehacker has a lot of resources for these kinds of situations. Below are just a few, but check out all the related articles you can find on their site,…"
Thursday
David Arbogast replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"I had a great boss once whose own boss was such a jerk that my boss quit, abandoning me and two others to the "tender mercies" of John the Jerk.  John was on a power trip and had about thirty people under him.  Hewasan…"
Thursday
Jay D replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"What kind of jobs are you looking for and what is the nature of your current one? Getting a new Job can take time even during upswing, especially if it is specialized. Every wall breaks if you bang your head long enough against it. What i try to…"
Thursday
Nature of a Man replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"I feel for you, I'm sure that's a bit sad. Has she had any luck finding a different job or hours if you cant?"
Thursday
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Dealing with a depressing job

Hi all,I'm looking for some advice on a work issue. Basically my job is getting me down, some days I feel ok, others I feel down and dread going in.I've ended up working in a hotel and mostly night shift. The nature of the work doesn't bother me, other than it's not what I trained for (I have a degree in law). What's bothering me is the fact that while I live with my fiancee, she works a 9-5 and I have to do 5 nights a week most days. This means we're like passing ships and I don't get to see…See More
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Drew replied to Nature of a Man's discussion Pornography and property in the group The Great Debate
"There's a slightly different angle on the question of whether internet porn is voyeurism or not. Here in the UK at least, my understanding is that watching someone counts as voyeurism when they have a reasonable expectation of privacy. For…"
May 17
Drew replied to Nature of a Man's discussion What is love between a man and a woman to you?
"Interesting question. I was tempted to say something flippant like 'when you don't kick her out the bed for farting' but on a serious note, I agree with the idea that it's being willing to put her interests before your own.…"
May 12
Drew replied to Conor's discussion I need help moving on, it's been six weeks now.
"Haven't been in your exact situation but I do know what its like to feel like you'll be single the rest of your days. I was painfully shy & suffered from social anxiety (still do) and thought I'd never find anyone but I…"
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