Just saw the movie “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” with Tina Fey’s great line, “In New York I’d be a 6, here I’m a 9; you must be a 15.” I think a 15 is the perfect description for the Millennials who are getting cut during Earnings Season, especially by the big investment houses, who hire another batch soon after. Their work experience will land them incredible opportunities, but according to Jennifer Deal, senior research scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership, even the Millennials are starting to bemoan the lack of job security. A lot of talk has gone into how to keep jobs from going overseas, but how do we reward companies that hire more people year over year and keep them for at least two to three years? If a substantial tax credit and it would have to be substantial were given to companies that increase full-time hiring and retain the hires, it would not only increase job growth, but highlight the importance of job security. However we accomplish it, a good job can fix a lot of problems.
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