10 thoughts on “Get a Job”

  1. Somebody is making excuses. Unless you have a poor work record or are lack the ability to be trained you should be able to find a job. Of course if you smoke pot good luck getting hired. Employment is up here not down.

  2. Reputation in this town is everything. I am afraid they are and will continue to be dogged by theirs.

  3. Given their reputation in Breckinridge County, at least they’re looking in the right area 😉

    Plenty of folks in Louisville have never heard of these beacons of the community.

  4. Why doesn’t she just come out and say it?
    “Anyone know anyplace in Louisville that is hiring?”

    See, not hard.
    Makes me wonder who is chaining themselves to authority.

  5. There are plenty of jobs in Louisville. All shifts. In fact, some of the employers are continuously holding job fairs and interviewing. Can’t seem to keep and attract “workers”. Many jobs in factories, service centers, and national warehouse distribution centers that have located to be near the UPS airport hub.

  6. It is normal to have far more than 5x the number of applicants for any job position. Applications to work as drivers, or package handlers, for blue-chip companies like FedEx can be 50x or more the number of positions, due to high demand for unskilled positions with decent starting wages, company benefits, double time paid for extra hours. FedEx also tends to keep and promote employees from within. One of the better places to work.

    Professional jobs may have well over 100x the candidates for the position, depending on how desirable it is (location of job, responsibility, title, salary). Nicole is out of touch with the job market.

    If this means Joe is looking for a job, I sincerely hope he lands one. It would be a huge leap forward for the Nauglers.

  7. In my opinion, some outside force, CPS perhaps, is making the Naugler’s take measures to take better care of their kids. I do not think Nicole realizing that filing taxes is to her benefit, or Joe looking for a job is on his own accord, but because they must. All I can say is thank God for that! I hope CPS is still involved in overseeing these negligent parents.

    As a father of three kids, I would be ashamed on myself for not providing and working to support my wife and children. That Joe has something wrong with him. A sorry excuse for a man and he should be ashamed of himself.

  8. If someone is truly a dedicated serious homesteader/prepper/survivalist they would go get a job in the medical field, military, or working in agriculture as a way to constantly be refining their skills and learning new tricks of the trade. Plus you actually get paid to work in those fields and don’t have to rely on grifting. I once heard a creditable homestead/prepper/survivalist say “Homesteading is a lifestyle and a hobby. Not a career.” They make an incredibly good point. Even if Joe is unemployable which I doubt he is go get some job training. Becoming a CNA or EMT would be a good place to start.

  9. Sarah wrote, “Even if Joe is unemployable which I doubt he is go get some job training. Becoming a CNA or EMT would be a good place to start.”

    Joe or Nicole would have to be open to learning from others. They don’t have a good track record of it, to date.

  10. “Joe or Nicole would have to be open to learning from others. They don’t have a good track record of it, to date.”

    And anyone being “boss” of them, as they would describe it. Joe needs to find a trade, where he can be his own boss. Something he is willing to learn to be good at. And make an honest dollar, doing. To role model in mentoring those children.

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