Who protects those over 30?

Who protects those over 30?

I am a 33 year old woman with a degree in Journalism. Since I was little I have been taught the value that academic training has in the labor market, that’s why after college the university was the obligatory stop. With my degree under my arm, I worked for several years in communication and media departments. However, I was the first to go to the street when economic data began to get worse.

 
Following the pattern that had been given to me in my earliest childhood I continued to train to get a job . However, I discovered that the education that was given to me clashes frontally with what today is valued in this society.
 
The law does not consider me old enough or too young to receive any kind of help . I lack disabilities and, because of common sense, I do not have children that I can not support. To increase the ranks of the INEM has made me live with my dear parents , since I have never reached the salary for a flat of my own . And at this point of the road, exhausting the last months of unemployment , and without my phone ringing despite the thousands of actions that I carry out to get a job, I am unprotected .
 
I feel like a second-class citizen, or even a third-rate citizen, knowing that I do not meet any of the requirements to be a beneficiary of one of the economic aid that our government grants. Even worse, it makes me feel that the workers of public administrations insinuate me, every time I ask for information, that having parents I do not have the right because they are supposed to take care of me.
 
Where is it written, in the Constitution or any other legal norm, that the State can give me aside ? What’s more, how can a 33-year-old woman who has quoted, worked and wants to do it again feel like asking her retired parents for money?
 
I understand that there are complicated situations, that we must protect children and the elderly. However, those of us who have been born and raised in this country, those of us who have not fallen into debt beyond our means, who have formed us, who have had the common sense not to be single mothers, those who have fought for a decent job, that we make a daily effort , all those people like me do not have the right to subsidies , nor to emergency aid, nor to employment plans. Then to us, who protects us?