Can't find a job

i have worked for 25 years in a busy medical clinic.after severe burnout i was put on disability then terminated.now i feel the stigma of my so called nervous breakdown is following me.the area i worked in is a very small world everybody knows everybody and they talk.i have applied to several clinics with no luck.i am in california i have no more unemployment no money and i am at the end of my rope.what can someone like me do?i am 55 i want to get some training i am a good worker .i do not look my age and i can work circles around some younger people.today i am seriously thinking of taking a sign and going out on the street saying i need a job but in this area you would take your life in your hands.i need some good advice please.
vic2008
Asked Nov 25, 2009
Would you consider going somewhere else or maybe getting into a different industry?
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Sayani Apr 25, 2022
You could also consider some online jobs and receive works from even the other side of the earth, don't forget the world is becoming 'flat' nowadays. :o)

Something like English translation from other language, writing etc.
Ryan
Answered Nov 25, 2009
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happyant
Answered Jun 19, 2017
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andersonjames
Answered Jun 16, 2021

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