By Thomas F, La Vecchia, MBA
Focus on Women Magazine
Post 2008 the term “unemployment” became a hot button issue. Unemployment rates plummeted and people became frustrated for some sort of relief. The sad truth was you were lucky if you were even underemployed; working harder for less pay or working levels under your skill-set.
However as the population leveled out their shock and frustration, they sought prospective opportunities. From there, following 2008, trends began to emerge.
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