‘They’ve Got To Survive’
Whether it’s part-time hours or trading down to a lower-paying job, underemployment can have serious consequences for workers. Financial pressures can be intense, and carving out time to look for a new job can be difficult. The emotional toll can also be high. Results of a Gallup survey released this month showed that underemployed Americans report much higher levels of worry, stress, anxiety, and anger than those with jobs. The numbers, Gallup finds, suggest that the underemployed “are more similar to those who are unemployed than they are to those who are fully employed” and “the daily negativity this group experiences could have an impact on their lives now and in the future.”
I would like to see our Congress People take part time and lower paying jobs. Better yet, I would like their children and grandchildren work for pennies and see if they would like it.
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