The American Payroll Association has finally revealed the results of their latest survey. Among the 30,600 American workers who participated in the survey, more than two-thirds said that they are trying to make ends meet using their paycheck. Of those who participated, 68% said that it is very difficult to survive if their paycheck is delayed by at least a week.
All of these are due to the increasing effect of one of the longest recessions in the history of the world.
Sadly, I can closely relate with this revelation. I have been wanting to change perspective, change life (as if I could), or explore the possibility of a career change, but it seems that the more I move farther from my existing condition, the harder life becomes.
Source: Chicago Tribune