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Recession Proof

So what makes a recession a recession, anyway? This book explains all in plain language, giving readers an understanding of what recessions are, why they happen, and the signs that the next one is on the way.

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  • Author: Jason Schenker
  • Publisher: Lioncrest, 222 pages

 

So what makes a recession a recession, anyway? This book explains all in plain language, giving readers an understanding of what recessions are, why they happen, and the signs that the next one is on the way. More importantly, author Jason Shenker provides practical tips on how to withstand these periodic economic downturns. His advice focuses on making yourself more marketable to employers, no matter what the economy is doing, and what to do if the industry you work in gets hit by an economic slowdown or disruption. Shenker turns the dry subject of the business cycle into a highly readable “survival guide” for everyone who must live through the bad times, as well as the good.

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