Who needs jobs?
There was the “whew, I need a break period.”
There was the “sitting looking at the television period,” in which he was too depressed and too worried to move.
Now Grillet, 30, is in the “omigod, my unemployment insurance runs out in two months phase.”
Today, the closely watched federal monthly jobs numbers will come out to let analysts and economists know what people like Grillet already know – it’s getting harder to find work, especially for people in financial services, a sector that has been shedding jobs for months as the extent of the subprime-mortgage crisis widens.