Single mid-level executive women are finding themselves thrown out of the workplace by the hundreds of thousands, as the North American labor crisis grinds on and on. Unable to sell their “upside-down” homes, in which they owe more on the mortgage than the home is worth, they are finding themselves battling unemployment and the threat of foreclosure and homelessness.
The odds of finding traditional work is still stacked against these women because of their age, previous earning history, education, “over”-qualifications, and the overall lack of demand for their services.
Still, these professional working women didn’t get where they were by doing nothing and waiting for something good to happen. Savvy displaced businesswomen know how to make lemonade out of lemons, and they are turning their terrible experience, maturity, and probably experience in raising their own children to a new profession: they are getting nanny jobs.
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