Jobs, health care, finances, credit, mortgages, recession. These are just six of the many topics EconomyStory has covered on the economic crisis. As our project is coming to an end soon, we’ve been asking for your six-word memoirs about how to cope in the current climate.
This week, Smith Magazine, the originators of the six-word memoir, is working with us to share even more of your stories.
Recently, we asked what happened to your career in the crisis and asked respondents to submit their stories in six words. Minnesota Public Radio got some great responses:
Mike Rose: Got work but wants more. Unlikely.
J. Wagner: On food stamps, Americorps, Future M.D.
Jay: Career long in tooth, got yanked.
And a hopeful one from Steph: In three words: I found happiness.
A few more were posted on the EconomyStory Facebook page.
Lost two jobs gained an LLC
Take work when you’re offered it.
Adjust to reality, give up dreams.
In an earlier post, we asked about your experience with health care. MPR mapped the responses to show where listeners were live. They received stories from across throughout their listening area, all the way to the Canadian border.
Here’s one of my favorite health care responses:
Bill Kelso: Eyes popped out. Both of them.
What is your six-word memoir on the financial crisis? Share yours here and at Smith Magazine!