How to find a job in a crisis (vacation or underemployed person)) A person who is out of work is not out of money — he's just lost his job or he was fired. It depends on how you define a job now. As a person who has been out of work for a long time, I decided to share my experience and offer my recommendations. 1) Take care of yourself. Everyone can lose their job at any time. And if you've lost your job, then it is not your time to lose (you need to be self-employed so that you don't have to take it on yourself). 2) Find a temporary job.If your knowledge and experience are limited to the most remote corners, then try to find a job in social networks.social networks, or just start working as a courier (the order in social networks or in an online course). 3) Learn a new profession.There are a lot of them now.Take your knowledge and skills to a higher level.Become an outstanding master of your craft.You can do this by regularly publishing new knowledge and engaging in new things.4) Regularly.Get used to doing the following at least once a week:plan your upcoming expenses, make a shopping list, make a shopping list for the upcoming month, etc.Executive SUMMARY:1. Underemployed people and those who have lost their jobs are already facing an impossible choice: either continue to live "from paycheck to paycheck", orget a promotion or salary increase at your current job.2. The easiest way to make money is the ability to work remotely. Try to find a feasible part-time job in your spare time.3) I Hope you have NZ? NZ or NZ? These are currency exchange rates. Without them, you will not be able to "sit out" the economic crisis. 1) Read my article " Where NOT to invest money? TOP 3 most dangerous places for money". 2) Read my article "what skills you need to become rich".