Following Layoffs to Your Next Job

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

With unemployment at 10.2 percent, the string of layoffs around the country seems to be getting longer and longer every month. As companies restructure to survive the down economy, however, a flurry of pink slips in one department sometimes signals hiring in another. Takeaway contributor Beth Kobliner and career consultant Pamela Watson talk about when layoffs mean potential opportunities, as companies then hire in areas of potential future growth.



Beth Kobliner and Pamela Watson


Jen Poyant

Comments [1]

MK Ultra

Unemployment IS NOT at a 10.2 percent rate, why do you insist on spreading lies? Oh, duh! I forgot it's because of your Bank of America corporate sponsorhip and you must do as the corporate masters tell you too so the sheeple don't panic do something about it that could possible harm their bottom line.

Dec. 01 2009 08:12 PM

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