title A job seeker from Ohio is making her way back home after the pandemic article source Reddit/r/worldnews/comments/7qy0vq/a_job_seeker_from_ohio_is_making_her_way_back/d5h5l9g/ pandemic job seeker on twitter The job seeker said that she’s been unemployed for about three weeks.
The woman had been applying for jobs for weeks, but her application had not been accepted.
She was told that her application was rejected and she would be sent to a new location, which was in a different city.
She said that since her application has been rejected, she doesn’t know where she will end up.
According to her, she has no hope of ever finding a job because her job was already cut before the pandemics start, and she doesn’s not even know where her family will go.
The unemployed woman said that there are many other unemployed people who are also unemployed because of the pandems.
“I think we are the first ones that are not going to get any help.
They are the only ones that aren’t going to have any help,” she said.
“We are the ones that need help.”
The woman said her only hope is to go to the Ohio unemployment office and file for unemployment assistance.
A recent poll from the Ohio Department of Labor shows that the unemployment rate for those in the state is over 30 percent, and it’s at an all time high.
There are some who have said that they don’t know what to do.
Some of the jobs that have been eliminated include those at food pantries, community centers, and libraries.
There are many more jobs that need to be eliminated.
In Ohio, more than 100,000 jobs were cut from the state’s economy during the pandestines.
So far, the pandetas have eliminated over 200,000 public and private jobs across the country.