How to be Unemployed, the White Collar Way is about…

Being a homeworker

Describing yourself as ‘a homeworker’ but not always having much actual work on

Not describing yourself ‘a homeworker’ because you don’t earn a wage, but still finding yourself confined largely to the home looking after kids and working your ass off doing so

Recreating the dynamics of an office environment within your local community, in my case South London (staff canteen = local cafe;  daily planning meeting = school playground; water cooler = Twitter)

Being broke

Being broke and spending your last few pence on artisanal bread rather than Lidl sausages

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