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imtommygunn

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #75 on: August 11, 2019, 10:28:42 AM »
Again I call bullshit on this statement.

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #76 on: August 11, 2019, 12:05:22 PM »
Again I call bullshit on this statement.

Cool story bro.

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #77 on: August 11, 2019, 03:48:58 PM »
Not as cool as your everyone who is unemployed chooses to be story.

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #78 on: August 12, 2019, 09:38:37 AM »
Daughters been flat out trying to get a part time job these last 3 months! Impossible

You should have trained her to weld.

Wonít need to with all these jobs that seem to be available

Thereís heaps of jobs if you want one. I appreciate not every job suits every person or their circumstances. But if you want a full time job thereís no excuse that I can see. If you canít find a job create one, start a business, loads of opportunities at present.
The NI economy has record numbers of business failures
UK as a whole has low unemployment but no growth because most new jobs
donít pay enough. That is what is happening

Donít pay enough? You have to pay the minimum wage? This makes no sense.
Loads of businesses fail. Sometimes you need to fail before you succeed.
Thereís lots of jobs. Lots of good jobs. No one should be unemployed at this moment in time. Anyone without a job doesnít want one.

Loads of people are better off on the dole than take minimum wage/zero hour contracts type jobs.

Something wrong there.

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #79 on: August 12, 2019, 05:15:19 PM »
Daughters been flat out trying to get a part time job these last 3 months! Impossible

I'm just curious, what kind of jobs has she been looking for? Has she been picky or casting a wide net?

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #80 on: August 12, 2019, 05:17:53 PM »
Daughters been flat out trying to get a part time job these last 3 months! Impossible

You should have trained her to weld.

Wonít need to with all these jobs that seem to be available

Thereís heaps of jobs if you want one. I appreciate not every job suits every person or their circumstances. But if you want a full time job thereís no excuse that I can see. If you canít find a job create one, start a business, loads of opportunities at present.
The NI economy has record numbers of business failures
UK as a whole has low unemployment but no growth because most new jobs
donít pay enough. That is what is happening

Donít pay enough? You have to pay the minimum wage? This makes no sense.
Loads of businesses fail. Sometimes you need to fail before you succeed.
Thereís lots of jobs. Lots of good jobs. No one should be unemployed at this moment in time. Anyone without a job doesnít want one.

Loads of people are better off on the dole than take minimum wage/zero hour contracts type jobs.

Something wrong there.

The introduction of universal credit is supposed to stop that. But it is extremely cruel in how it has been rolled out to the most vulnerable.

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Re: Shipyard
« Reply #81 on: August 12, 2019, 07:05:39 PM »
Daughters been flat out trying to get a part time job these last 3 months! Impossible

You should have trained her to weld.

Wonít need to with all these jobs that seem to be available

Thereís heaps of jobs if you want one. I appreciate not every job suits every person or their circumstances. But if you want a full time job thereís no excuse that I can see. If you canít find a job create one, start a business, loads of opportunities at present.
The NI economy has record numbers of business failures
UK as a whole has low unemployment but no growth because most new jobs
donít pay enough. That is what is happening

Donít pay enough? You have to pay the minimum wage? This makes no sense.
Loads of businesses fail. Sometimes you need to fail before you succeed.
Thereís lots of jobs. Lots of good jobs. No one should be unemployed at this moment in time. Anyone without a job doesnít want one.

Loads of people are better off on the dole than take minimum wage/zero hour contracts type jobs.

Something wrong there.

The introduction of universal credit is supposed to stop that. But it is extremely cruel in how it has been rolled out to the most vulnerable.

The cruelty is the point
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