A Recurring Nightmare

Let’s suppose a woman named Jackie has worked at a greeting card company for many years. She’s married to Bert, and they have two children, both under the age of 10. Bert drives a truck and is paid well, but Jackie’s job secures the family medical benefits, including dental, vision and a decent life-insurance program. But Jackie was laid off Monday morning, along with 299 of her peers. The severance package is reasonable, and her employer did all he could …

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