Monthly Archives: September 2010

Cash or Credit?

Many Americans, voluntarily or not, cut back on their use of lines of credit during the Great Recession.  It was harder to get credit for one thing, and using an existing credit card became a lot more expensive as banks, … Continue reading

Posted in money, recession | 5 Comments

Job Search

A recent comment made me think that perhaps I need to revisit the subject of the on-going, enduring, daily grind, job search for new readers.  Yes, I continue to look for a job, and to apply when appropriate jobs become … Continue reading

Posted in job search, Writing | 7 Comments

Gleaned From the News

The recession is over.  It began in December 2007 and ended in June 2009 (one month before I was laid off- someone should have told my employer!).  Banks are rebounding.  Airlines are rebounding.  Car makers are rebounding. The top five … Continue reading

Posted in Class divide, Corporate Profits, poverty, recession, unemployment | 16 Comments