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What is your work status [Poll]

Has your work status changed since the Virus started?   

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  1. 1. Has your work status changed since the Virus started?

    • I am retired, disabled, or was otherwise unemployed before the Virus.
    • My business or employer is closed and I am out of work.
    • My business or employer is closed but I am being paid.
    • I am working from home.
    • I am working part time at work.
    • I am working full time at work as I was before the virus.

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On 4/7/2020 at 11:14 AM, tercel89 said:

My job is always "open" . Everyday , 365 a year until the good Lord comes back. 

Same here. It isn’t helping to clear any of my cases and they are still coming in. 

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I’m still full time and considered “essential”. Airline pilot. I feel fortunate to still have a job. There’s hardly any passengers though, so hopefully I won’t get furloughed in the fall. Weird times

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I'm full time in Real Estate and winding down a deal I had before Virus. No new real leads as people are worried I guess, office is closed for the most part for the agents so I'm  working from home. If you're looking for something in or near Cookeville I'm available!

Also have a PT job as an essential package handler at FedEx In the early AM hours. I call it my paid workout.

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