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Salam,

No one knows what is in the future but Allah SWT.

I've currently lived in a country with my family for 5 months now, and I'm struggling to find a job here even though I hold a degree. Which is now a common thing everywhere. I'm left with a decision of waiting here, sitting at home after applying for jobs to reply to me or go back to the U.K. where I'll be able to get a job the day I arrive.

I'm unsure how to make this decision because I really want to work to make sure my future me can look after himself without the help of anyone but Allah. But when I think of flying back, my heart aches because I know how much I'll be going to miss my mother.

How do I make a difficult decision for my self?

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