There are many homeless people out on the streets. When being without a job still hasn't gotten near zero and new jobs are being created every day, people are starting to ask why there are still homeless people in the streets. This seems to be a serious problem even though it would be so easy for homeless people to just get a job. For a person to get a job all you have to do is have nice clothes to make a respectable impression, a home address and some way to be reached in. So we have reached a solution to this general languor.
First of all, most homeless people spend their days looking through trashcans for a piece of food or cloths or something to have. Eventually, one would think that they should be able to afford a couple of respectable suits or other outfits to wear while applying and even working for this job of theirs. All they have to do is go around a little longer or beg a little more and that job would be theirs to enjoy. Keeping these clothing clean would be difficult, but manageable. Just find some large, clean puddle of water in the street to wash things in. As for cleanliness, I'm sure people throw away left over deodorant, soap, and other such toiletries to where you can care of the bathing problem. You don't need to clean your hair, in fact, doing so would rid yourself of the natural oils that build up over time and actually hold your hair style in place.
Second, with all the left over money and such, they could go to one of those Mailbox stores and buy themselves a mailing address. That just means they'll have to manage with eating only what they find in the garbage, and not spending any of that extra cash on fast food, or that healthy vegetable stuff. Suppose they absolutely need a phone number also. What's stopping any of these people from sleeping close to a pay phone? Just record the number on the back of your hand (unless you have some nice paper on you) before you head out to the job interview. And if you really want to impress...
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