Posts Tagged crisis
During this time of economic crisis, public media is able to provide trusted information to the nation. 76 public TV and radio stations are doing this locally in 32 markets, and nationally programs like NewsHour are reporting on economic matters as well.
Check out NewsHour’s Making Sen$e–a guide to the economy that features videos, interactive games, and explanations of different economic aspects. This is another great example of what public media is doing to face the mortgage, and the broader financial, crisis.
When the economy is struggling and people who already had jobs are losing them, is there a place for new people—graduates—to enter into the job market?
PBS’s NewsHour and NPR have begun a series called “Generation Next: Tough Choices.” What are young people, who largely grew up in a time of economic prosperity, doing to face the financial crisis? You can check out the series here.
If you’ve just graduated or have entered the job market for the first time, tell us your story–what’s your strategy? What tips do you have for others in your situation?
Today, the word “unemployed” refers to many people—from your neighbor, to your son, to your sister, to your parents, the economic crisis is affecting everyone.
But what about you: are you in the middle of a job search? We want to hear your story. Have you experienced anything like the Petersons or Morgan Oliver, the Coxes or Paul Taylor? Tell us about your job hunt.