The name of my blog is Educated Unemployed Indian and it is about situations that an educated unemployed (like myself) deals with in everyday life.
The blog is not exactly about unemployment, rather I would say, it’s about being unemployed.
Unemployment is a part of the life of an unemployed person, but it is only a single part. There are so many other aspects that form the personality of an unemployed person, much like any other person.
This blog talks about such aspects of my life (including unemployment) that a lot of people (regardless of employed or not) can easily relate to. Things such as-
Talking about situations such as being jobless or having a job with lots of dissatisfaction attached to it.
The blog is about a depressing issue but it’s also about staying positive and finding other people & experiences to relate to.
You can find a few great quotes for inspiration and motivation.
Interesting list articles and useful how to articles.
And so much more.
There are many inspirational stories on the internet about successful bloggers quitting their jobs to blog full time. But my blogging story is not such an inspirational one. I didn’t quit my job to blog because I had no job and that’s why I started to blog. I guess you could say, unemployment is my inspiration or my muse for starting this blog. My mind was full of anxiety about future and I needed a place to share my thoughts. I have always been passionate about writing & have contributed little bit here & there. But starting this blog is the direct result of the constant restlessness over my job situation. I just couldn’t keep my thoughts to myself anymore and once I began so many ideas like light bulbs lighted up inside my head. This was the biggest inspiration to take up blogging.You can read more about my blogging journey here-
About the Author – My name is Binita and I’m a qualified teacher. I write a blog where I express my opinions, experiences, concern and everything I possibly can think about unemployment and a few other things close to my heart and my life.
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The blog started as a project for a University of Toronto social media program. My classmates were supportive of the idea and as I love crime fiction, it was a natural pairing. Since then, I’ve joined Sisters in Crime, SinC Toronto, and was a panelist at Bouchercon – Toronto. All in all it’s been very rewarding.
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