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Soooo depressing!

This is like working in a morgue, only with fewer jokes. We're not looking good. At the moment we could either be sold then shipped about or shut down, or we can simply go bust. There is a slim chance of our jobs being safe but let's face it... In our current 'economic climate'? I'm not holding my breath.

Most if my co workers are looking for other jobs and having interviews already. I'm not to lucky. No one will interview someone who will be on mat leave in 3 months time... It's too late to get another job without telling them I'm duffed (not that I would, or could even hide it) because I am past the 'notify your boss' stage.

At best I can hope for some redunancy money. At worst, I will be pregnant/have new baby, and unemployed. I can't afford not to be earning! The bills come out of my account and I need it to stay that way. I need regular money going into that account.

So what can I do? I can't get a new job, and a can't afford to not work... All motivation is gone. All I want to do is go back to bed. I'm hoping to revive my web design to earn some cash but what I can do won't pay the bills.

Screeeeaaaam!

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