Ready for the Recovery

Weber, Austin
July 2009
Assembly;Jul2009, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p24
The article discusses the 2009 ASSEMBLY State of the Profession survey in relation to the future global economic condition. The said survey revealed that despite the crises, 38% of the respondents are satisfied with their jobs. Less than half of the respondents also stated that they received a cash bonus in the last 12 months. Economic indicators however tell that the recession may end soon and the economists from the National Association for Business Economics foresee positive signs of recovery.


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