[rant]Unemployment sucks. I don't think I've had such knots in my stomach since dead week in college. I have to look for hours just to find a posted opening in my experience and training to apply for, because I have to be qualified but it still needs to be able to pay the bills. Apply for something I'm not qualified for, or overqualified for and suddenly I'm searching in bad faith, not to mention putting myself in a position of having to turn down an interview, which will certainly cost me one unemployment check, and possibly all my benefits. Add to that, I can't find my password to the kansasworks site, which surprisingly does actually appear to be a pretty good site, from the outside looking in anyway. Now I find out that Kansas unemployment has screwed up somehow (probably a database error, or a website glitch or something) and they think I'm making my initial application. I was unable to use the "file a weekly claim" option last week, and it tried to take me through the initial process AGAIN. You can't reach the Contact Center on Mondays or Tuesdays, they just disconnect you due to high call volume, but when I finally got through last week, their rep admitted there was some kind of error there, and nothing she could see that would trigger a second interview, and that furthermore I was not the first person to report this glitch to her that day. So she sent me out a paper questionnaire to return, and emailed the help desk to fix the issue on my account. Received the questionnaire by mail this weekend, and noticed there is NO INSTRUCTION ON WHAT ADDRESS TO MAIL IT BACK TO. Website says nothing about filing by mail, apparently they do not acknowledge that such a thing is possible. And now, I get a notice in the mail that I have ANOTHER phone interview for my initial claim, scheduled for Dec 30, despite the fact that my initial claim was already approved back in October. And all I want to do is find something to apply for today, so I can get something done, you know, in my life. I swear, I'm under more pressure and stress without a job than I was in my job.[/rant] I have a Bus Admin degree, for what that's worth. I fear it's not much anymore. I've got customer service experience, non-sales marketing experience, some supervisory experience. If anybody knows of anyone who's hiring someone like that, I can't tell you how much I would appreciate a heads up. Thanks for letting me rant there. Feel better. Sort of.