Filling The Financial Gap On The Road To Recovery: Tips On Making Ends Meet
If you’ve suffered a job loss related to drug and alcohol use, it can take a while to find another one that will fill the financial gap and offer opportunities that match your experience, education and skill level. Recovery is a painstaking process in itself, and if you’re new to it, making the necessary lifestyle adjustments may take considerable time and energy. Job hunting adds another layer of stress, but you don’t have to settle for abject poverty and privation while waiting for that call from a prospective employer. Thanks to the gig economy, there are plenty of ways to make ends meet and even find a new career doing something you enjoy. Here are a few ideas to get you back on the road to earning again.