Our most recent workforce survey reveals that, not surprisingly, many people's work habits and attitudes have changed as a result of the turbulent economy.
Some of the key findings:
I interviewed author and former McDonald's executive Paul Facella in this blog a while back. In a recent article in the Boston Globe, when asked whether there's such a thing as a job that's "beneath" an unemployed worker in this market, he says bluntly: "I don't think there is. There's no question in my mind that tolerance for that kind of switching down is much greater than it was one or two years ago. Most employers looking at resumes a couple of years from now are going to be respectful that people needed to do it to survive."
That sentiment no doubt also applies to those we surveyed looking for supplemental employment. How are the statistics above playing out for you and your friends and family?
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