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I have been layed off from work at JP Morgan Chase effective 11/10/2013 I am 59 yrs old cannot find any job and cannot seem to even get unemployment. The system keeps telling me I am not elligable although I have been paying into SS all my life. I am at my wits end. My wife is forced to keep taking the money from Her modest 401k to pay the morgage. I have applied for 100's of jobs and not anything. Please advise we are in Jacksonville Florida.

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I really feel for you! In the UK we have a Citizen's Advice Bureau where you can go to and see a person who will take you through the system and sort out things. If you have anything like that in the USA I suggest you go and see them straight away.

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send a letter to each person in town putting fruit in as a present sometimes you will get a fruit back which is different plant this then plant the fruit the tree grows eventually you will have enough to keep selling. sometime mom will send a fruit to you in the post

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it depends on what country you're in but Ebay is generally an option underestimated by many.
Realize that many many items are still much much cheaper in certain countries than in others and while one might, for instance, ignore smaller countries, they still have millions of buyers in them.

So there's ebay.com but also ebay.co.uk, ebay.de, ebay.fr, etc. etc. etc. Often people will only buy in their own country because of language barriers but if you know a second language, advertising in other country Ebays is an easy but often over-looked option. Find a good international shipping option and you'll have an edge, for ebay.com.hk [i.e. Hong Kong] will ship items for 2 dollars that ebay.com sellers ship for 20!

All i'm saying is there are still a lot of Ebay opportunities. Find your niche and speciality, find what other sellers are asking and get below that price, easy enough.

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