It’s still a tough job market and it may be that way for awhile. While the economic numbers tell us that there is a bit of an improvement, many people are still underpaid, and are having their hours threatened to be cut back. So what is there to do?
Welcome to the new world order where you never know when your secure job may just end unexpectedly. The truth of the matter is that over the last two and a half years, the United States that we’ve all gotten used to being secure in has taken a very drastic and dangerous turn.
Trying to survive the second Great Depression on a dwindling budget? Why not try fishing your way to a full meal? It’s a great way to get that protein in your diet without having to shell out money for it at the grocery store.
Fishing is relatively simple and easy for anyone to pick up.
The average American eats two hundred and twenty pounds of meat per person annually. That is a 30% increase since the 1950s. The price of meat has only risen dramatically since that time, averaging $2.50 and more as other prices of production rise. That’s about $550 per person per year; a family of four would spend $2,200.
The reports on America’s economy finally turning the corner and the recession finally easing its grip around the throats of hard working Americans seem to have been a bit premature.
Local economy depressed and the job hunt has stretched on for months or even years? Join the club – it’s over 9 million strong! Well, if you can’t find a job locally, what can you do?