KLAIPEDA - Fifty-five-year old Danute Minkiene, a resident of Klaipeda, has been jobless for nearly one-and-a-half years now, and she is exhausted from filling out stacks of job application forms, browsing endlessly on the Web and hassling her employed relatives with the same requests. Nothing has produced a job. Laid off by a Klaipeda-based public catering company expecting to revitalize itself after making cuts, she was confident she would nail down a provision manager’s job at another similar company. But this proved to be a much harder task than she ever thought. Wit...
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