Recently, over 200,000 interim jobs have been putting hardworking Americans back to earning wages. The replacement of temporary workers versus permanent workers is giving companies a chance to rebuild without the added pressure of concern about having to make lay offs in case of another economic hiccup. So while it may seem like there are more Americans unemployed, there is a surge of short term jobs for people who are willing to take them.
Archive for April, 2010
Note: this blog post originally appeared on The Huffington Post Last night, I listened to Morgan Freeman say, on American Idol’s “Idol Gives Back”, “Literacy is the ladder out, but we must be fit enough to climb.” That statement hit me strongly when I heard it and its impact is still pressing me. Morgan was […]