So. Someone I know left their job, pulled up stakes, moved across country, relocated... all based on a wonderful job offering. Except the job from beginning to end was totally misrepresented. Totally.
Now they're broke. Their credit is screwed. They're basically homeless. And the job is untenable. What to do? Where to begin? I recommended another job might be a start. But it takes time to find another job.
In the meantime the bills keep piling up. The expenses keep piling up. And the temptation is to stay with the job because a check will eventually be handed out, even though it's costing more to stay in that job that the paycheck will amount to.
How to combat gross misrepresentation? You can't. But you can get out of that job ASAP and start looking for another. In the meantime, you can work at Burger King or Walmart or any number of other part-time jobs and work to stay afloat.
And don't give up. Keep on trying. Because nothing happens without a reason. No detour is unplanned. Every turn in the road leads to new possibilities. I firmly believe this.
And remember the most important part. We're all behind you, pushing you on your way.