I have a lot of skills but I cannot get a job
I make 62,500 a year. I am looking into how I can quit my job and get as much of my life paid for by others as I can. Thing is, I have paid for these services my whole life and have not ever used any of them so I am due a payback. Keep working hard people, I am depending on you. anon792
I’ve been working paying into the system since I was 16. I never thought my fiance would beat me up and kick me out of our apartment once he found out I was pregnant, but he did. So I had to quit my job and move back to my home state to be close to family.
No one would give me insurance and no one wants to hire a pregnant woman with a broken hand. So what? I shouldn’t use the money that I paid into the system to help me out? I don’t agree with people who just have kids to get free money, people who feel entitled to a handout.
But what about the people like me who get dealt a short hand and Columbus escort reviews have no where to go? You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. I used to feel like welfare should be eliminated and it killed me to walk into that office, but now I’m glad that it is here for the people like me when we need it. Not everyone is looking for a handout — just a hand up when no one else will help. anon791
When I left him to start over, I needed a warm place for my children and food
Last year I was the owner and president of a company that made almost a million dollars a year ago. I made 100K a year. I have a college degree. The person who bought my company has defaulted on the payments.
I go on several interviews a week. Nothing. My wife has been laid off and all her unemployment benefits have run out. We are losing our home and car. Luckily we have family or we would be living on the street.
Welfare may be the only thing that keeps us from starving. I did not see this in my future a year ago. –PB anon791
Welfare was designed to help those in need, who have no other means due to the unexpected in life. Unfortunately, the basis of welfare is now a way for the majority to take advantage of the system.
Statistically, it doesn’t matter what race you are or what background you come from. It is clear that those who have given up on hard work or only know how to lie, cheat and steal are the ones that are reaping from the government’s help.
Yes it is true that the funds go back into the economy. But in reality, the ones that you may know first-hand that are living off the system and taking advantage of it are dishonest people.
I went to the welfare office back in 1991 as a young pregnant teenager. The program helped me for four years, by getting an education and helping raise my son when his father wouldn’t.
I married for 13 years after, had two more children and lived the so-called good life. To only have my husband commit adultery for several years. I went to the welfare office to find that since 1991, things had really changed. I wanted to go back to school and they told me I had to work 32 hours or more a week and that school didn’t count.