Working for the Money
You have no money in the bank. You owe money. You need a job. You hate sales. You take a job as a telemarketer. That's fine. But if you hate sales, you had better spend all your spare time trying to find a job you love to do. Don't sit back, now that you have a paycheck, and wait for lightning to strike, and complain when it doesn't. If there's a course you can do to get a job you love, try to do it after work. Try to volunteer part time in a field that you’re interested in. If you need to improve your Hebrew, keep studying. Look at job listings. Maybe start your own business on the side. Talk to people, all the time.
Network, network, network. Schedule at least 5 hours a week for job-hunting related activities. Start a ‘job-hunting’ file and write down everything you do—every call you make, every resume you send, and every lead you find. And do all this while being a great telemarketer. Or at least the best telemarketer you can be. Maybe you'll discover you love sales, after all. (Or maybe not.)