So I'm not really unemployed. I'm currently working as a Head Guard at THPRD. A place I have worked on and off for the past six years. I'm not using my hard earned college degree but I am making more than minimum wage. The good thing is I work mornings and nights which gives me 6 hours (12PM-6PM) to look for, apply and interview for "real" post-college jobs. This morning was our first day of summer inservice (so my 6th summer inservice). And as I layed down to fall asleep I had a bit of a mental freak out.
a. I'm a college graduate and I'm still doing the same thing I was doing when I was 15
b. All my friends graduated and got "real" jobs and aren't going to be there.
c. I'm too old to be still doing this.
e. Who am I going to hang out with at work.
On the plus side:
a. I get way more flexibility with work than anyone else I know.
b. Who wouldn't want to spend their final summer being a super cool lifeguard?
c. Who really needs a "real" job when the economy is so bad? I should be thankful to at least be employed and making $$$.