Monday, April 26, 2010


Change Can Be Costly

Dean Soto of Buena Park, Calif., was working in the aerospace field as an IT security specialist when his wife became pregnant with their second child and decided to stop working. The family experienced a significant loss of income. Mr. Soto, 29, decided to look for a better-paying job.

"At first I thought I could get another job in my field," he says. "But after interviewing, it was clear that there wasn't enough market demand, and my skill set was too specialized to justify the salary that I was seeking."...

WSJ: Change Can Be Costly

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