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RE: Grim numbers, just grim--but not yet feeling all that grim
Subject:RE: Grim numbers, just grim--but not yet feeling all that grim From:Suzi Magill <SMagill -at- adaytum -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 18 Feb 2002 13:02:09 -0600
I personally think things are picking up. Granted, I am still employed
full-time and havent been on "the other side" of this downturn. I live in
Minneapolis, MN, where the job cuts have hit too. However, I am probably
going to relocate back east (Columbus, OH) this summer and am keeping my eye
out for jobs etc to get a feel for what's there. I have seen a decent
increase in jobs available, albeit slow increase. I think by spring/early
summer the job market should be more viable. At least, that is my hope
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