The Trapped Generation...caught in today job market!

 trapped - forced to turn and face attackers
a recent show on NPR an interviewer was talking with Aron Ralston
referring to a book he had written recounting a near death experience
he had while hiking.  The book was called  A Rock and a Hard Place.  
I was very interested in what he had to say.  It seems Ralston survived
the unthinkable because he allowed himself to think outside the box.  I
found it the idea fascinating.  ran a segment of the book and described the man's experience by saying:

Deep inside a remote canyon, a boulder
shifts. In an instant, a climber's hand is pinned beneath half a ton of
rock. So begins an ordinary hero's six-day ordeal of grit, pain, and
courage—a modern-day survival epic that culminates in a decision to do
the unthinkable.

I was struck by his experience and its similarity to the
experience people are having today.  Let me explain....

Read the rest on my blog. The Trapped Generation


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