Probably the best time to snare a job is when the economy is flat. A potential employer doesn't like to see thousands of the unemployed loitering around a soup kitchen, when all the employer needs to ask these people, "Can you contribute to my business?" What the boss needs to understand is that it's incentive from the little guy which builds his/her business. Most jobs are fairly run-of-the-mill routine jobs. But if the employer can inspire incentive to work, you'd be surprised what can be tapped from just the average person, because there may be other considerations besides pay. The key is to find that little magic which uplifts his/her business.
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