Tag Archives: Unemployed
Joblessness has increased to 9.2 percent. But a new strategy has emerged to adapt to unemployment and hard economic times: groups of people helping each other.
Can forming a small group like a Common Security Club really make a difference, when the problems we face seem so overwhelming? History tells us it can.
In unemployed worker groups and common security clubs across the country, participants are facing two grim realities. The first is that jobs that vanished aren’t coming back. And the second reality is that if unemployed workers don’t stand up for themselves, no one else will.