Seven out of ten workers surveyed say recession has had some positive career impact
Accountemps.com, May 11, 2009
Although the downturn has proven tough for workers, those who are still employed say they're gaining more from the experience than just managing to keep their jobs. Seventy-seven percent of professionals interviewed cited at least one positive effect the recession has had on their jobs, including the ability to tackle new projects, assume additional responsibility, and take on more challenging work.
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