There’s no denying that the coronavirus pandemic has brought substantial economic suffering.
However, it is providing some resilient Americans with creative opportunities to make mone, especially those who find themselves currently unemployed. (CNBC)
If you are among the millions of Americans without work amid the coronavirus pandemic, you’re facing roadblocks not seen in years. With unemployment hitting post-World War II records and shelter-in-place restrictions ongoing, competition is fierce for the jobs that are available.
That’s why experts suggest thinking outside the box, whether it is starting your own business or taking a part-time job to hold you over while you look for full-time employment.
To start, take stock of your skill set.
“Think about things that you have done that people have complimented,” said Barbara O’Neill, a distinguished professor emerita at Rutgers University and owner and CEO of Money Talk: Financial Planning Seminars.
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