Joblessness Quotes

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Barbara Ehrenreich
“This advice comes as a surprise: job searching is not joblessness; it is a job in itself and should be structured to resemble one, right down to the more regrettable features of employment, like having to follow orders--orders which are in this case self-generated.”
Barbara Ehrenreich, Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream

Roman Payne
“Let these men sing out their songs,
they've been walking all day long,
all their fortune's spent and gone...
silver dollar in the subway station;
quarters for the papers for the jobs.”
Roman Payne

“You attract poverty when you lack value for time”
Sunday Adelaja

Matsime Simon Mohapi
“Poverty is what you see in the eyes of a Black child living in the squatter camp.Matsime Simon Mohapi”
Matsime Simon Mohapi, Poverty in the Land of Riches - South Africa

“Joblessness is a time for reflection”
Sunday Adelaja

“Use time to create the nature of God in yourself”
Sunday Adelaja

“Knowing what to do with time is the key to being productive”
Sunday Adelaja

“The amount of value produced at a certain period depends on the level of focus used to attain it”
Sunday Adelaja

“Purposefully dedicating time into developing yourself is one of the keys to being effective in life”
Sunday Adelaja

“To regain your lost years, you must make sure that any activity targeted at attaining your goal must be done with the qualities of intensity, speed and focus”
Sunday Adelaja

Karl Wiggins
“Unemployed people will use any number of excuses including discrimination for reasons such as disability, race, sexual orientation, religion, sex or age, or maybe there’s a shortage of jobs in their area. Well if that’s the case then they can travel to wherever the work is and go into digs. I work in construction management and regularly work with steel erectors from Ireland or Newcastle, electricians from Cardiff, fixers from Sheffield or Birmingham, steel fixers from Romania, carpenters from Poland, canteen girls from Romania, scaffolders from Lithuania, and concrete gangs of Indians, and they all travel wherever the work is and they all live in digs. We all do. It’s the nature of our industry.”
Karl Wiggins, 100 Common Sense Policies to make BRITAIN GREAT again

Karl Wiggins
“Why should you and I pay for the lazy sods? They’ve given up looking for a job! Why should we pay for them? While you drag your arse out of bed and put in a shift, they sleep, play video games, watch Jeremy Kyle, eat and shit. And yet you and I have to pay for their very existence!”
Karl Wiggins, 100 Common Sense Policies to make BRITAIN GREAT again

Naomi Klein
“(...) losing one's job is much less frightening when getting it seemed an accident in the first place.”
Naomi Klein, No Logo

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