A job is a paycheck, but it also defines the rhythm of our daily lives. It has the power to lift us out of poverty and uncertainty, shape our children’s future, and make communities out of strangers. Work can give us a sense of dignity and security, but it can also take those things away—and the current has brought that fact into painfully sharp focus.
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