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Current Recession?

Muse Ran
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How Long will the Current Recession Last? Is the situation is changing better/worst? How many of you changed companies (new jobs)


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Sai Surya
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Hearing news here and there that economy is getting better. But not sure on this! Definitely, any wound should be recoverable and its just a matter of time.


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Jhakda Velu
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If you get a hike, situation has changed

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N.Senthil Kumar
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I heard that , companies started hiring ....

For now, they are hiring the freshers who are already selected in Campus. and also by employee reference...



N.Senthil Kumar
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The only thing for sure is that the economy is going to get better, and it's going to get worse.

personally, i have serious doubts that all these monetary policies enacted by anyone makes much difference. There is no way to really test how effective they are, since you have no control group.


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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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I used an ammeter to check, and I seem to have as much current as ever in my house. This "current recession" of which you speak is not affecting me.


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Bear Bibeault
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According to my latest electric bill, I must be doing fine because there's a lot more current than usual in my house.


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Vikas Kapoor
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The best way to answer your question is news media (not guaranteed to be true though). If somebody tries to answer then it would geographically dependent and includes her own view.Recession isn't driven by single person. The best thing is to keep looking for job (if don't have one) without caring of recession.
And the best place would be Job Discussion Forum to get proper/relevant answers. You see the other answers.
 
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