Tag Archives: Labour economics

Life’s Maze

Since arriving home from Florida my days have been busy catching up in the garden trashing expired crops, harvesting new crops, and doing lots of weeding. While I was away I continued my job search and like years past the … Continue reading

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Where’s the Recovery?

Discrimination is a difficult subject to write about. “Maggie’s” plight of a frustrated woman, needed to be told, The Day Maggie Combs-Wilson Lost Her Sanity (Or Came To Her Senses) « JannaTWrites’s Blog, but the place of women in our society … Continue reading

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Unemployment: Surreal vs. Intolerable

In Theodore Ross’ “A Beginner’s Guide to Unemployment”, he encapsulates this experience as “surreal”. I remember my initial response to my work hours being cut from 40-20 hours a week, which lead to my unemployment as ‘intolerable’. Not only could … Continue reading

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