Well guys i think i have officially hit rock bottom...
I lost my job with what my employer at the time called..."lack of commitment" ( i was a teller) due to the fact that he knew i was taking a medical transcription course online because thats what i really wanted to do...
So even though i showed up for work all the time, did my job to the best of my ability (which until he was aware of my schooling, was far beyond good enough) i was fired for "lack of commitment"
So im getting married in May of next year...my fiance has a decent job but lets not fool ourselves here... the economy is horrible and the cost of LIFE in general is just not looking good for mine, or anyone elses for that matter, bank account.
I dont know what to do...Im working so hard to finish my school and try to get a job as a medical transcriptionist, because they pay so good...but in the meantime while im learning... im hitting rock bottom.
My fiance right now cant afford to pay all the bills due to him being cut back on hours at work...(hopefully not getting layed off like the entire 2nd shift)
What do i do? ANyone know how to make some real quick money...as in like the next week or so? Like $500 or so woujld be something sort of amazing just to let me know that i really do ahve some hope in life right now, because to be honest with you...
i dont blieve there is hope right now.
Replies are appreciated. THank You all for reading if you have made it to the bottom here.
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