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Bait and Switch

Author: Barbara Ehrenreich  

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PUBLISHED: 4th March 2021
ISBN: 9781783787524
The reissue of a searing investigation into white-collar unemployment from the bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed.
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PUBLISHED: 4th March 2021
ISBN: 9781783787524
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The reissue of a searing investigation into white-collar unemployment from the bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed.

Annotation

The reissue of a searing investigation into white-collar unemployment from the bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed.

Publisher Description

The reissue of a searing investigation into white-collar unemployment from the bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed .

Author Biography

Barbara Ehrenreich is the author of fifteen books, including the bestselling Smile or Die and Nickel and Dimed . She has written for Time , Harper's , the New York Times Magazine and various British newspapers including The Times and the Guardian . She lives in Virginia, USA.

Long Description

The reissue of a searing investigation into white-collar unemployment from the bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed . Middle class executives are the people who've done everything right - gotten college degrees, developed marketable skills and build up impressive resumes - yet they have become repeatedly vulnerable to financial disaster. In Bait and Switch , Ehrenreich enters a shadowy world of Internet job searches, lonely networking events and costly career-coaching sessions, a world in which 'professional' mentors and trainers offer pop-psychology and self-help mantras to desperate would-be employees. Poignant and blackly funny, Bait and Switch delivers a stark warning about the future that faces corporate employees everywhere and calls for collective action to guard against it.

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