New York Times: Still on the Job, but at Half the Pay

Still on the Job, but at Half the Pay

“What this means,” said Thomas J. Nardone, an assistant commissioner at the bureau, “is that the amount of money people are paid has taken a big hit; not just those who have lost their jobs, but those who are still employed.”

I have friends that thought they had a secure job working for the state. Their hours have been cut back and now they are under great financial stress. Now more than ever it is vital that everyone establish multiple sources of income. If you are able to dedicate 10 hours a week, it is possible to build a solid long-term business with ethics and integrity. A business you and your family will be proud of. All it takes is finding the right company and the right team that will be there for you working side-by-side every step of the way.

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2 Responses to “New York Times: Still on the Job, but at Half the Pay”

  1. Darlene Moore says:

    Great Article!! I would just like to back you up on this one. I had a full-time manuel labor job. I spent 2 hours each morning before I went to work with my Networking Business the 5 days a week that I worked. If it was my day off, then it was my day off. I did not work on my Networking either. After 6 months I went to part time on my job, which I loved because I was able to spend more time with my family. Then after 6 months more I was able to come home. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Chris Kavas says:

    Thanks Darlene, that is a great story! Congrats on the growth of your business.

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