Pehea i nā mea hou Oiai Unemployed

hōʻano hopeʻia: Jan. 27 2021 | 3 min heluhelu

Makou noho ana ma ke ao kahi ka nele i ka mea kiʻekiʻe ma na aina a pau a puni ka poepoe honua. And yet even with this quite universal problem in the lives of people there sadly still exists an ignorance and prejudice towards people who are out of work especially those who have been out of work for a while. A me keia prejudice, a me ka nele i ka naʻauao, ke lilo i ka nui pilikia i ka wa e hele mai ai i ke ao nei o ka launa pū.

Impressing is a keyword in the world of dating after all and that is what we are all trying to do in one way or another on a date whether it is by using our natural wit, dressing a particular way, or talking about our employment history but the trouble with this in our current economic climate is that we will get people who think we are “Spongers” or “Lazy” because we may not have had the luck they have had in finding a job. Lakou e hoʻopaʻapaʻa ana o ka papa a lakou i hana paakiki e loaa i ka hana, aka o ka mea nui i loaa ia oe i ka mea aole ia iho mai i ka loaa a o ina ka haku hana manaʻoʻoukou he i ka pono moho paha, aole. No oi aku mamua o ka mea. Wale kekahi kanaka, ke manao.

I ua unemployed no eha makahiki ma ka hoʻohalahala? Aneiai aniau i ka mea Ireland pono Ano a au ua hopohopo oukou no ka hai mea aʻu i makemake ai au, ua unemployed no ka makau i ka mea a lakou e manao ana mai iaʻu. But despite our fears, there are people out there who do understand what the world is like. I hoʻomanaʻo hai ana kekahi kanaka i aʻu i aloha ai ka mea au i ua unemployed no eha makahiki, a me ua me maoli me ia. I ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, he never even batted an eyelid about it and that was one of the many reasons why I fell in love with him. He ua ano, ka naauao, a me ka mea ia i judgmental.

ʻoia, not all guys are like this and I wish for all men and women out there that they were. I halawai i kekahi kanaka aʻu i makemake a au overheard ia ia e kamailio ana unemployed poe kanaka ma ka unflattering ala. Oukou ike i ka mau snobbish manaʻo e like me "Sponger". Pela ka oiaio, oia ko makou makemake e manao i ka mea maikai, e nana ana keiki, e mau e ole-judgmental ka mea, aole e mau ana oiaio. A he mea pono i ka wa a lakou i ku pono lakou i aneane heheʻe ko lakou mau Jean menina!

Ina e hāʻule i loko o ke aloha me ka mea nana i ka nui o kēia mau prejudiced manao e pili ana unemployed poe kanaka, a me oe iho he a ua unemployed ka mea, ke lilo i loa luna 'kulana home' ole i kekahi ke iho e loaa ma. Aka, no ka mea, e hoomanao i ka mahalo ia oe iho. I ka mea a oukou, a ua unemployed mea wale no i kekahi hapa o ka oukou. Ka mea, aole ia i hoakaka ia oukou. ʻAʻole Ia iʻike ole i loko o ia mea e like me ka loihi o ko oukou ike ai oukou e imi nei i ko oukou pono.

When I got my course it helped me to feel a lot more comfortable in situations where I would have to state what I do but when you have been a long time unemployed that feeling of will ask what I was doing before that does still haunt you and the truth is that it shouldn’t.

Pono e komo i loko o ia la me ko oukou poo paʻa kiʻekiʻe. Hiki ia ia ke loaa i ka oihana. Oukou hiki ole. Hiki ia ia ke hana i na mea a pau i kona ola, oukou e loaa ole. It 'o ia hoʻi kekahi mea. He mea pono i ke kanaka a oukou ua pololei kekahi kanaka, a me ka wahine, a me oukou e like me ka pono, e olelo aku i ka mea a oukou e makemake ai e hana i ka oukou makemake (Aka, he mea polite o ka papa!) ae ai ka manaʻoo like nui e like me ia i hana no ka mea, hele au i hai aku ia oukou i ka Popilikia a me Missus oe ua!


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