People who have recently graduated often face the problem of finding a job. Most employers require experience.
People who have lost their jobs also lack money. If the money issue becomes acute for you, a number of decisive actions will be required to solve it.
Save on everything Try not to attend expensiveSupermarkets, buy products on the market or in economy class stores. If you have the opportunity, save money for a rainy day, so you can save yourself from a situation when there will not be any. If you want to spend an evening with friends, prepare meals at home - it's much cheaper to go to a restaurant. Actively look for work It's impossible to borrow money from nowhere, in any case they need to be earned. Think about what you want to do, what you see yourself in the professional sphere. Find a company where your skills and abilities may be needed. Call, write and even come to their office and offer their services. Many companies like active people, and they readily accept them. This way of looking for work is often more effective than a simple response to ads. Try to work for yourself. If you have deep knowledge in any field, you can use it to make money. To search for potential customers, use the Internet. There is a huge number of sites that offer one-off work to order. Working for yourself can be quite profitable, so as not to ask the question "Where to get money?". Make changes in your life. Long-term unemployment can make you overestimate your life and make changes to it. Think about moving to another place, selling most of your things. Study the labor market and master a new profession. Do not be discouraged if the changes do not lead to quick positive results, look at it as a temporary phenomenon on the way to success.