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Serenity posted..

I know what you're saying twistedbanana, I too was unemployed a few years back, and despair was exactly what I felt. Perhaps back then there were more jobs to be had or at least I was lucky enough to find them. Not easy and not exactly what I wanted to do or was qualified to do but it was work and I didn't want to keep signing on as I felt demoralised by the process. So since then times must have got so much worse to say that there are no real jobs to be had.

I was bought up to feel that being unemployed was not an option. But today (and I'm not including everyone signing on)I saw first hand that a large majority of people that I came across at the job centre were quite happy to stay signing on no matter what they were offered.

I agree that the process doesn't work with all the stupid waste of time courses only meant to tick the right boxes and do nothing more. Close the job centres they're a waste of public money and we'll save a fortune. There must be a better way.