By Heather Huhman
In today's world, everyone is a temporary worker.
Even if you're an executive at a well-established company, your job could be temporary. Working for yourself? There's no telling how long your business might last.
Particularly in a down economy and a tight job market, it's important to keep this in mind. Companies downsize. People get fired or laid off. The market changes. And while you might find another job in your field, your career is likely less stable than the careers your grandparents had years ago.
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