I've read about seattle have a very high unemployment rate in past years.
I'm moving there over the summer and was wondering if it has gotten any better or any worse?
and it seemed to be the trend that without a college degree you're pretty helpless in the job world even for entry level jobs, etc. is this still the case?
I have clothes I want to sell back to the Buffalo Exchange (on the Ave), or Red Light (any location). Does anyone know where I can get the most money back?
Are there places that will buy my clothes that I'm not thinking of?
And I don't want to do Craigslist because I want the money nowwww.
I need a place to stay for 10 days starting Monday as some plans fell through and dates were miscommunicated... I still need to find permanent housing as well, but if there's anybody willing to put me up for a couple of weeks (on a couch for all I care) I'd much appreciate it.
Any takers? I promise, I'm nice & a harmless 24 year old freelance graphic designer/professional indie kid. I've had the *worst* time house-hunting and the like and therefore it's kinda imperative that I sling a bag over my shoulder and couch-surf for a bit somewhere. I'd be willing to negotiate monetary compensation for the use of your couch/extra room/garage/attic/back storage shed even at this point as well. :)
Please comment here or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
called the Body Scent, on the Ave and Broadway on Cap Hill.
You could get fragrance free body products scented up with
any of their 100's of oils...
They have since closed.
Are there any other places I can get custom scented body products
in Seattle ?
I googled (although I am google search impaired) and checked the
Thanks in advance
EDIT: i changed my google technique and found passion flower and the soap box