Helping Others In Need
Written By: Kayleen Soden | Posted: Friday, November 2nd, 2012
Have you ever been in need of work or met someone in that position? In this economy there are so many reasons a person could be unemployed. Think of these possibilities: a professional who has been laid off, a stay at home parent, a homeless person, a student paying their own tuition, a recovered (or recovering) addict, a business person whose business went under, an elderly person whose social security check doesn't pay the bills, an ex-jail or prison inmate, someone recovering from illness or surgery, a retired person needing or wanting something to do, or the soldier whose job wasn't there when they returned home.
Now, put yourself in any of their shoes. How do you feel? Depressed? Frightened? Angry? Defeated? For some of them it may take months or even years to find the employment they need. It seems businesses find some reason not to hire unemployed individuals, assuming they are business risks. How will these needs get filled? Who will stand up and do what is right?
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