Money itself isn't lost or made, it's simply transferred from one perception to another. - Gordon Gekko
In the past nine months, Wall Street banks have laid off 34,463 people. Bloomberg.com has the statistics posted today from each of the big firms. The article compares the most recent downturn to the Internet bubble burst in 2001 – with predictions that over 100,000 will lose jobs in the next few years. If you are one of those people, take a look at this advice from getrichslow.com.
What does 34,463 people look like? It is larger than a U.S. Army division, it is the capacity of Tampa Bay Ray's new ball park, and is greater than the number of people living in Seneca County, New York. It is as if the entire city of , Arizona was fired. 34,463 is a lot of people.
If you could give advice to these people, what would it be?