A: Hey there, how are you doing?
B: I am great. How are you?
A: Well, I got laid off, and I'm looking for work.
B: Yeah, me too! What are you thinking you would like to do?
A: Right now, I'll take about anything that will pay the mortgage.
B: Have you gone out on any interviews so far?
A: I went out on one interview, but I haven't heard back from them.
B: Did you see the posting for the electrician apprentice program?
A: You know, I saw that and it looks pretty good!
B: Let's go check it out again!
A: How are things going with you?
B: I am doing well. What's up with you?
A: Believe it or not, the company I worked for closed down, so I'm out of a job.
B: The same with me. Have you given much thought to what you want to do next?
A: I am not being all that particular right now because I just need to keep a roof over my head.
B: How about interviews? Have you been on any of those yet?
A: I wish that I could get the opportunity to be interviewed.
B: How about the electrician program that they have listed over there?
A: I read about that, and the position sounded great!
B: Let's go see how we can apply for those positions.
A: I haven't seen you in a while. How have you been?
B: Things are going fairly well. How about you?
A: I'm hanging in there, but I lost my job and need to find another one quickly.
B: I am looking for a job myself. What were you thinking of doing next?
A: I am just trying to find something that will pay the bills until this bad economy passes by.
B: Have you gotten any interviews yet?
A: No, I haven't been out on one interview yet.
B: Have you thought about the electrician program over there?
A: I think that I might be interested in that position.
B: I think we should go over there and see if we can apply for that program.
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