I would argue that both are likely to be quite difficult in 2011. In fact people working for corporations may get a harder hit, just because they are not ready for the one and are not used to be independent - small business workers are likely to have lower expectations about their job stability, and be more used to changes.
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Who's going to be a big winner in the Nov 2nd election?
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Now that the Pope's resigning, who's your most likely candidate to the Papacy?
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Sometime after your death, the odds are that you won't be remembered. Unless you invent, discover, or write something (which, i'm sure most of us here at hubpages dream of) which has a significant impact on the...
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Who's your favorite fiction author?
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