Try Try!–A Survival Guide to Unemployment

The government knows how to make unemployment statistics look good. But unemployment numbers in reality could be several times higher.

While it’s true that the majority of Americans have jobs, what kind of jobs are they? The job market has changed dramatically in recent years. A good many people are working two or more part time jobs. Still others haven’t been able to find employment for months, even years.

If you’re out of work or know someone who is, how about a survival guide to unemployment? It’s Try! A Survival Guide to Unemployment, a paperback by Karen Okulicz.

I confess, I haven’t read this one. But it looks interesting.

According to the reviews, this is a positive, uplifting book. Who couldn’t use a boost when you’re jobless? To twist an old saying, “If at first you don’t succeed, try Try!

You’re no doubt re-evaluating many things and reprioritizing your life. Try! deals with thought provoking questions, such as:

  • How do you budget free time?
  • How do you find the treasure within?
  • What work best fits who you are?
To get Try! A Survival Guide to Unemployment click on its title wherever you see it in this post. You’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured. Add it to your cart to begin the order process. Why not get a copy for a friend or loved one who could use a little help right now?

Whether you’re seeking a new job or want to start a business of your own, You’re not alone. Find the path to survival during unemployment.


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Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.