It's official. The WSJ reports today that the "Income Gap Shrinks in Slump (that's the Recession we're in) At the Expense of the Wealthy." So, in 15 years, what do you think the eco profs are going to be saying about this period in US History? Right now, some are saying that American society will become less egalitarian. Also predicted by others interviewed for the article is a change in the relationships between employer and employee as well as fewer people aiming for jobs in the finance industry. What do you think this will mean for your future? What other consequences do you predict? To read the entire article, drop by Hankamer or Moody Library and scan this front page story. If you are a business major, you probably already have picked up your own.
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