garbage and recycling, groceries, miscellaneous errands and child care.
I get no sympathy or help. My sisters don’t even bother to rinse their plates.
This situation is making it harder for me to get a job because I’m tired all the time, and my parents don’t listen to a word I say. I’m not unaware of the fact that as the oldest, more is
Dear Overworked: Start reviewing your options. The first thing you need to do is understand why you are unemployed. If there are no openings in your field, start considering other kinds of jobs you may be suited for.
If you want to be something more than an unpaid domestic worker, you may have to figure out what it will take for you to live on your own. Even if you don’t find the ideal job, employment will solve your problem because you will be too busy working to do the things you’re being required to do now.