Our jobs are so important to us in the United States. When our unemployment rate hit 10% in recent days, by watching the news one would think that it was the Apocalypse, that the lazy ones were being judged and the hard workers blessed into the heavenly bosom of a regular paycheck. Politicians screamed “this hurts jobs!” at anything against their agenda (from both parties), and when we feel as if our job is on the rocks, we spiral into unknown territory and terror.
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