An Open Letter To My CEO
talia jane

I think this was brave and I applaud you. Many people working for big companies struggle, and not everyone can live with their parents like Kris said. No one speaks up.There is a huge wage gap in America that people want to ignore, and CEOs of big corporations treat people like they are easily replaced and insignificant. I have worked for large companies where I was treated the exact same way. Its not easy. I live in a state where our economy is pretty good, and I am lucky to have worked my way up to a good resume with above min wage pay, but it took me working since I was 16 years old. (I am 25 as well)and I can related to almost everything in your story. You deserve a better job and you will find one. Keep your chin up. 
Also I think you can make more money freelancing from home, you are obviously a good writer. Check out some freelance websites and build your resume!! :) Also, dont pay for wifi or heat! find a coffee shop or library. I did that for a long time, and rented a room about the size of a closet in someones basement,where I lived for a year paying very cheap rent, and was only there to sleep. That helped me a lot. Also I got a bicycle and saved a lot on gas. Good luck.

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