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by SixFigureStart | October 22, 2009

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Sounds good, right? Since I’ve been unemployed (10 mos. now), I’ve become an expert at a lot of intangible skills not usually found on a resume, as I’m sure you have too. One of those I’ve found is the ability to find great places for cheap coffee and free public wi-fi in New York. It’s a common problem for us jobseekers – it’s important to get out of the house and socialize with people, but it can often be at direct odds with the equally common fear of spending money. [Read More]

--Posted by Jeff Fryer, The 405 Club

Previously:
6 frugal benefits to being unemployed

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