Why You Should Consider a New Job, Despite Tough Times

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

With unemployment above 10 percent, it's harder to find a job now than it has been in decades. So it might seem strange to say you should consider looking for something new ... but that’s the advice of two work experts we speak to today. Takeaway contributor Beth Kobliner and Lauren McDonald, a recruiter at Intuition Co-Op, tell us why staying in a job too long can be a bad plan for the long term.


Lauren McDonald


Beth Kobliner and Jen Poyant

Comments [1]

MK Ultra

Dudes...thanks for the laugh! Really...

Although I suppose that when you advice people to consider a new job, you're probably talking to the banksters and Wall Streeters, not us sheeple who have lost our jobs, our homes, our life savings and had to make the transition from job that paid $15 or $20/hour to one at McDonald's paying $6/hour because, somehow, raising the minimum wage is not good for the economy, the banksters and Congresshores argue.

Nov. 10 2009 08:20 AM

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