Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey 07030
Reviewed by: Jennifer Giglio
Unfortunately, like many other promises to ourselves, New Year's resolutions seem to dissolve within the first few weeks of the year pledged. The process typically begins with encouraged spirits: devising lists, journaling, programming reminders in our palms. Action's whose intent is to keep ourselves committed to the development of ourselves- without the likes of Oprah.
Pressure wears many hats in the tri-state area.
Exhibit A) Work: New York's unemployment rate is 7.9% (the national rate is 5.9%). "Mass layoffs" is as common a term on CNBC as "Chapter 11." The pressure to hold on to one's gainful employment is higher than ever for young people.
The rent goes up while the space gets smaller. Losing a job could mean dubiously defying the old saying, "You can't go home again."
*WARNING! These personal observations may be offensive to some readers. The following is meant to be humorous and should be read as such. The opinions expressed in the following are not the opinions of Hobokeni.com but those of the author.*
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