Are you frustrated and depressed?

Young and unemployed who are trying hard to get a job?

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Are you frustrated and depressed?
Young and unemployed who are trying hard to get a job?
Applied to many jobs, appeared in interviews but nothing happening?

This world is mean and brutal, it will beat you and tear you apart if you don’t stop and face it.
Get up and kick it back, Show others that you are not lost and don’t you ever dear to feel defeated.

Like the Great Mohammad Ali once said
“Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.”

It’s not something new that you are facing but there are others who have suffered the same anxiety and pressures as young and jobless. Whenever you feel like giving up, close your eyes and imagine the people standing behind you, who have supported you throughout your life, paid for your tuitions, your meals, provided you with food and shelter, yes, your parents. Don’t take them wrong, they are the reasons you are standing tall today, they are the reasons you have survived in this world, Don’t be mean with them only because you feel rejected. It’s all temporary and it will change for good.

You will see the sunshine, you will be successful, and you will make your parents proud.
Don’t lose hope and faith, Start somewhere, Start something to get the momentum.

A turtle is better than a rock. Be a turtle.

Start today and take small steps towards your success.

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