I lost my job during the latter part of 2020. I was able to

I lost my job during the latter part of 2020. I was able to get a part-time job last year but it was only a few months since they had to postpone my engagement until they can process the requirements for certification of their products. In between those times, I've experienced several "almosts", received countless rejection e-mails, and a few no-show interviews from unprofessional HR representatives. There are days when I am full of energy, ready to send out more resumes but most days, I cry myself to sleep.

My savings are depleting and I am tired of being rejected. I need to have a stable job so I can get back to my financial goals and help pay for my mom's chemotherapy (she has colon cancer). How do you guys stay sane?

Have you tried temp agencies? Also, what is your degree in?

@CKBlossom Nothing yet from the agency. I have a degree in Philosophy