I’m Daniel Unger and I know first hand how hard it can be to find a job. That’s the reason I started this blog. I fell on some pretty hard times a few years ago, after losing my job, getting kicked out of my apartment, and being left with no choice but to move back in with my parents. I was twenty-eight then, and the humiliation of having a college degree, but what appeared to be no job options made things feel that much worse. I am thirty-three now and happily employed. I hope that by reminding you of the resources we have now, I can save you from going through the same thing.
Okay, so don’t get me wrong, finding a decent job is not the easiest task right now. But trust me when I say that it is possible. If you do some research on Google, you can find quite a few websites that can assist you with finding work. Many of them are equipped with some great tools like a job tracker that searches for listings matching the criteria you entered. They find jobs within a specified radius, jobs with certain qualifications, jobs based on your area of expertise, and much more. There are also job sites that allow you to sign up, create a profile, and interact directly with potential employers.
You might think that looking online is an obvious option these days, but many people forget that the option is even there. Even if you are aware of the number of job hunting websites out there to assist you, you might find yourself overwhelmed and unsure of where to start. Things might feel hopeless now, but they don’t have to be. I’m hoping that my blog will provide job seekers with a place to get the information they need in order to find a decent job.