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Old 09-01-2014, 05:50 PM
 
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Guys, you are (most of you) passive aggressive. Of course I am going to look for any job. It is only in case if I wont find anything quickly. I asked about benefits, cause it will cost me several thousands to rent apt., buy car, some other necessary stuff.

For those of you who mentioned that <Why should a state provide you with income when you have not payed any money to the state for 3.5 years? > I say, that I had been paying a lot of taxes for 10 years nonstop before I moved out.

Anyway , thanks for some of you who gave me a hope that job market is good.
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Old 09-02-2014, 02:19 PM
 
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Guys, you are (most of you) passive aggressive. Of course I am going to look for any job. It is only in case if I wont find anything quickly. I asked about benefits, cause it will cost me several thousands to rent apt., buy car, some other necessary stuff.

For those of you who mentioned that <Why should a state provide you with income when you have not payed any money to the state for 3.5 years? > I say, that I had been paying a lot of taxes for 10 years nonstop before I moved out.

Anyway , thanks for some of you who gave me a hope that job market is good.
I honestly can't tell if you are just playing around with posters or if you're serious. If it's the latter, you need a serious reality check. It is completely possible to get by on much less than the "several thousand" that you mention; nor is buying a car an obligatory act. Use public transportation or a bicycle; find modest housing until you can afford something better.

Try to understand: some of us have returned home from years living abroad with no money to our name but we sure as heck didn't extend an open hand asking our government to maintain us. We got to work and were thankful that there were good paying opportunities to be had. Good luck with your transition, may it help you grow, mature, and become self sufficient and proud, someday, to know that you earned your keep and contributed to your society.
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