Job Insecurity: It’s the Disease of the 21st Century — And It’s Killing Us
A massive, Xanax-fueled public health crisis driven by chronic employment worry is headed our way.
Remember Dilbert, the mid-level, white-collar Cubicle Guy of the ’90s who could never seem to get ahead? In the 21st century, his position looks almost enviable.
He has been replaced by Waiting-For-the-Other-Shoe-to-Drop Man.
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Editor’s Note: This is the first in an ongoing series on job insecurity.