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Get a (new?) job.

I do have a job right now, but since 2 years i'm living in a city far away from most of my friends. I moved here cuz of a job opportunity, and ever since miss my old hometown and partying with my buddies. Plus my current job here became worse over time, alas I don't feel like staying here much longer.

So I'm hoping i'll be able to find a job back in my hometown, although the industry there isn't all that great, and it's quite hard to find anything decent there (judging from my last couple days of jobsearch).

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