I'm not sure if my situation is unique, but I can't seem to find a job that pays more than ten bucks an hour. I am a two year AML Leukemia survivor and I can't seem to get back on my feet. Two days after my transplant my boyfriend and caretaker at the time kicked me out, leaving me nearly homeless. Thankfully, a friend let me stay with him and pay him a little rent but our lease is ending soon and I have no prospects or family to help me out. I'm a single lady and found this site by accident. I don't want to be homeless and have a lot of credit card debt. I'm not ill (thankfully) but need some dental work which I can't afford. I feel ready to go back into the working world. I live in Ohio and work in call centers mostly. I did training for a long time and was also a supervisor of call centers. I don't have a degree and sadly, am in no place to go to school full time. I am still attending school, however even after battling three tuition freezes due to my cancer situation. Do I have to start at rock bottom again making ten dollars an hour? Can I send someone my resume to look at or something? I am on disability but it's not enough for me to live on. I barely pay my bills with it. I'm open to any suggestions. Please help.