Dylan:It's information about a job-training program.
It'll give you the skills you need to get steady work.
Yvonne:I don't need that. I get by with the wages I earn from this job.
Dylan:You're in a dead-end job straining to make ends meet every month.
Yvonne:I've always landed on my feet.
Dylan:But you don't have any job security.
You could be out on your ear any minute.
Don't you want a better quality of life?
Yvonne:My life is fine the way it is.
I may not be able to hold on to this job for long, but there will always be other ones.
Dylan:I wish I had your optimism.
To hear you speak, you'd think you were one of the privileged few.
Yvonne:It's all in your outlook on life.
I don't have mortgages to pay, cars to maintain, jets to fuel, and employees to support.
Dylan:You're right. You should be counting your blessings!