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April 14th, 2010

A Job Can’t Be “Good” If It Doesn’t Last Long

For the vast majority of working Americans, especially in these hard times, a steady job is incredibly important because it determines what kind of future they and their families will enjoy. Good would be nice, no question, but long-lasting is what makes the real difference to most Americans. Lose a “good job” to a layoff and the odds are that you will never again in your working life earn as much as you once did. Yet we consistently downplay the importance of job stability to employees in most discussions of the modern workplace.”

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