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10 Ways to Outmatch Under- and Unemployment

Outsmart the discomfort and hop on an upward spiral

A muscled professional male dancer in straw fedora, tank top, jeans, and bare feet does a high jump in the middle of an empty cobblestone street in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, at night.

Most of us will find ourselves at some point unemployed, or more likely, more often, underemployed. Underemployed could mean we’re not making enough money, but it could also mean we’re not busy or engaged enough for our own tastes. Or that our work is unsuitable, unfulfilling, underwhelming…

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Sharon Woodhouse

Sharon Woodhouse is a coach, small business consultant, multipreneur, book publisher, and lover of ideas/cities/science/human quirks. Twitter: @ConspireCreativ