Tag Archive: Unemployment

Jul 25

Heavyweight Champion Of The Recession: Terry Irving

The recession is biting us all. I want to share a book that will, hopefully, help you get back on your feet. This book is written for you: the middle-class worker who thought this would never happen; who believed you were invulnerable, destined for a great career, and that unemployment was something that only happened …

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Feb 20

‘So, We’re Living Here in Allentown…’ Nick Wale Interviews Author Michael Phoenix

Michael Phoenix is unemployed in Allentown, PA. Allentown has a reputation for being one of those cities caught in a web of unemployment– a victim of the demise of Bethlehem Steel. I asked Michael about the city of his choice and he doesn’t seem to be too worried. Allentown is going through a re-birth, a …

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Jan 29

The World of Publishing According to Dana: Nick Wale Interviews Graphic Artist Dana Black

Dana Black came to me through a friend of mine called Bob Satterfield. Now, I know Bob because we both have this dream. Bob is a dreamer who makes his dreams come true. So am I. So when Bob mentioned this talented graphic artist from NY– I was interested. When Bob said that Dana would …

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Jan 06

To Pay or Not to Pay– That is the Question.

Have you ever been approached by a blogger who asked you, as an author, to pay for an interview? Did you say no? Why did you say no? Because you don’t pay for interviews? Bloggers should work for free? Why? Nick Wale wonders why bloggers are asked to work for free. “I don’t pay for …

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Dec 28

David Dennis – Disregarded? Not anymore!

Great interview with a guy who really has a story to tell! I am happy to share an interview with David Dennis on a blog by my friend Mike Sivier. “Disregarded: The True Story of the Failure of the UK’s Work Programme” is the true story of the way workers are being made to work …

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Dec 18

Would You “Work” For Free?

This message needs to be spread far and wide. Great job Loriann, for the review and a big BRAVO to David Dennis!