6 Ways To Recession-Proof Your Financial Job

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6 Ways To Recession-Proof Your Job

During periods of recession, millions of Americans become victims of the inevitable workforce attrition that results from slumping sales and reduced cash flow. Personnel in the financial industry can be hit particularly hard, especially those who are in sales. But there are a number of things that financial planners and brokers can do to make themselves more valuable to both their employers and their clients. Read on for six tips to help you survive and beat recessionary job cuts.
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