Our expert says:
I understand your feelings of despair, but be cautious not to blame yourself for the effects of the economic down-turn. Perfectly good workers are losing their jobs, because their company can no longer afford them, not because they are bad workers.
So I greatly doubt that this has anything to do with you not being worth giving a job to, but more to do with their being many fewer jobs to give, and many more well-qualified and experienced people around seeking them.
I'm sure there is nothing wrong with you.
And you're probably also caught in a familiar catch22 - you don't get a job ( in part ) because you lack work experience, and you lack work experience because they dotn't give you a job.
Think of doing voluntary work with and NGO or charity, to keep occupied, and to develop work skills and experience and a sense of self-worth - it's bound to add to your CV, too.
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