This is the second in a series celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month 2014 — Monday, September 15th through Wednesday, October 15.
Thanks to the " Snapple Facts" that beverage maker Snapple imprints on the inside of its bottle caps, millions of consumers now know that Napoleon suffered from a pathological fear of cats and that Leonardo da Vinci could draw with one hand while writing with the other.
This is a guest post by Heather Taylor. Taylor is a freelance writer, consultant and radio producer. Since January 2011, she's also happily served as a job coach in the AARP Foundation WorkSearch Program, helping adults aged 50+ who are unemployed to find satisfying work. You can follow her on…
Shock, disbelief, fear, guilt, and empathy...you ask what is she talking about now. Those are the emotions that went through me as I sat this week in the Chicago airport mindlessly gazing up at the TV waiting for my delayed flight to board.
When I hear financial pundits counsel unemployed people over 50 to start a business if they can't find a job, I think of the last time I tried to go entrepreneurial. This was not an experience for the faint of heart.
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