When you lose your job in troubled times, you've gotta do two things: hustle for a new permanent gig, and drink yourself numb, because that's what unemployed people do. Since that Popov's not gonna pay for itself, find temp work with HireMeNow
In lieu of suffering the indignity of a temp-agency interview, Lantana-based HMN brings temp jobs to you by letting you create a hyper-detailed, cred-establishing profile that employers can search to see if you fit their needs, set your desired wage, then sit back and wait for offers to come rolling in for the opportunity of a monthtime. Your profile'll include things like said wage requirements, your scores on various skills tests (if you choose to take them), an upload of your normal resume, and the option of creating a Vintro (video resume), for which HMN provides sample scripts for scenarios like "willing to relocate", "recently laid off", and "seasoned sales professional" -- if you've sold in the past, and are coated in paprika. Once the profile's complete you've got three options: employers contact you via HMN, you get all proactive and search for jobs in their listings (if one's added that meets your steez, you'll get an email), or send your profile to companies that aren't even on HMN, and be alerted as to who checked you out and who didn't -- so you'll know you weren't rejected for your resume, but for your stupid name, Barry
As another feather in your cap, and so potential employers don't have to do it themselves, you can run a background check on yourself for a small fee and have it accessible on the site -- perhaps revealing the Popov-soaked reason you're jobless in the first place.