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Forums / Anxiety / Freaking out because I can't find a job

Topic: Freaking out because I can't find a job

3 posts, 0 answered
  1. Russian_Red_Foxx
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    24 posts
    26 October 2021
    I have nowhere to go. I have been looking for a job for ages because I'm broke but nobody is hiring me, probably because I am too idiotic. I'm not at risk of homelessness or anything (I live with my parents), I just feel that I may never secure any work since any applications that I submit are ignored or denied. There's also the fact that nobody wants to hire somebody who is autistic (such as myself). I'm just stuck and freaking out because I don't know what to do.
  2. geoff
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    27 October 2021 in reply to Russian_Red_Foxx

    Hello Russian_Red_Foxx, if I can get you to copy and paste this in your browser 'Amaze autism' or
    https://www.amaze.org.au, this may help you and please let us know how you get on.

    Geoff.



  3. Petal22
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    29 October 2021 in reply to Russian_Red_Foxx

    Hi Russian Ted Foxx,

    Sorry you are feeling this way.

    Can I ask what type of jobs you have been applying for?

    Night fill jobs are great if your interested in that type of work, the teams are usually super friendly.

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