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created by Mitch 2009-08-18 11:13:49 am

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It's time to upgrade yourself with new skills and knowledge. Good to take a short break to get over it. After that, never stop going for Interviews that require your new skill sets.

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submitted by dexterdamien 2009-08-29 11:00:09 am    


It's also a good time to start a business on the side. You could set up a few blogs and start getting traffic - then monetize them with adsense or sell them for cash.

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submitted by JeanetteCates 2009-08-29 02:57:29 pm    

If you can let your mind go and not worry, you may have stumbled on an opportunity. Every great event in my professional career was preceded by a layoff. Guess I needed the kick in the pants. What might the Universe be telling you you need to do?

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submitted by JeanetteCates 2009-08-29 02:58:31 pm    

Most states will exempt unemployment income from state taxes

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submitted by saki5394 2009-08-28 01:46:55 pm    

Starting a small or "micro" business in recessions is a huge advantage. People are looking for cost and creative benefits of small organizations. Start a biz now and build a client list so it can grow with the recovery, not after it.

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submitted by saki5394 2009-08-29 03:08:05 pm    

When you collect unemployment you are taxed on the income. For 2009 only, each person escapes tax on the first $2,400 of unemployment insurance collected.

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submitted by Mitch 2009-08-18 11:13:49 am    


What do you know about that?


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