Surviving a recession without excessive damage to your finances and career begins with preparation.  

Here is why you should be concerned. 

If you invest in the 10-year Treasury notes and shorter-term Treasury Bills, you know that the 10-year note carries a higher interest rate than the three-month and two-year Treasury Bills. The longer the horizon, the more investors expect to be paid.

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Managing Your Career through a Recession and Steps to Escape Your Comfort Zone

Not today. 

Both the three-month and two-year Treasury bills have a higher yield than the 10-year note.  This is called an inverted yield curve, and it is a reliable predictor of a recession.

How reliable?  100% over the last half-century.

Check out our Live Stream Lunch & Learn at 11:30 AM tomorrow on LinkedIn. We will discuss steps to prepare for a recession and layoffs.

We also will reveal steps to escape your career dead zone — aka your comfort zone.

Join us on LinkedIn at 11:30 AM CT Thursday.