The job numbers for June came out and they were not looking good at all. The worst recession since the Great Depression is not over yet, but I am on record saying the bungee jump phase is over, and now we are in the plateau phase. And I don't think the plateau phase will last as long as the bungee jump phase did.
The Plateau Will Last Less Than Nine Months
The pain many people are feeling is very real. Many people appear clueless as to what future might have in store for them.
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