Friday, December 5, 2008
What To Do If You Lose Your Job Topic On Paltalk
Everyday we learn of more layoffs due to the recession that has gripped the United States and the resulting economic downturn elsewhere around the globe. More than half-a-million jobs were lost in the United States last month alone.
Even more people who have not felt the axe are worried that they may be pink slipped next.
What should they do?
Nick Nigro, author of No Job? No Prob! answered that question today on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com.
Nigro says the unemployment rate likely will be pushing 9 percent in one year's time.
Nigro says those faced with the prospect of unemployment shouldn't panic. Rather, he says, they should take stock of their assets and then reach high for help as well as increase their exposure to long lost contacts who may be in a position to help.
He also believes people who suddenly have time on their hands should us it to their advantage. For example, he suggests that those who are suddenly on the unemployment line think of 20 things they always wanted to do but lacked the time before. And then do them.
He also helps people fight despondency, by offering simple ways to avoid becoming anti-social while between jobs.
Of course, he also offered tips to find another job.