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Pages: 122

Language: English

Publisher: Createspace (15 Nov. 2010)

By: Mark W Medley MBA (Author)

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Our world has drastically changed, in a new cycle of austerity and a perceived shift in global business away from Europe and the United States towards the Asia-pacific region. This shift continues to create more permanent changes to the declining economies of the “:Western,”: World, and a new type of society. This new type of society suffers from high youth unemployment, and limited opportunities, as corporations dominate the economy, fueling possible growing discontent in the future, by millions of its citizens. How can you, your family, and your community survive and potentially thrive through this era of epic change? 'Surviving the Economic Crisis,' relates to a particular affect of this change for our businesses, communities, and our workplaces. Through each thought provoking section you can discover how to adjust, and overcome these ongoing and very real changes- from starting a recession proof business, to adjusting to working in a new country. The final chapter -'Into our Future'- focuses on current issues and trends which are set to shape our immediate future. Published by the Asian European University Press, 'Surviving the Economic Crisis,'includes a link to a free kindle version of the book.

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