It is tempting to think that all the nation’s economic troubles – slow growth and high unemployment – can be traced to the financial crisis and the recession that started in 2007-2008. But this would be a mistake. Some of the challenges the country faces predate the financial crisis.
Our politicians all seem to agree on at least one thing: There will be no recovery unless America gets back to work. But that’s often where the agreement ends. Once you move on to discuss how to get America back to work, opinions begin to diverge.
By Jodi Prohofsky, Ph.D., LMFT, Senior Vice President, Health Management Operations, CIGNA
In the February e-newlsetter, Lydia Ashanin of Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) drew a very compelling connection between the health and wellness of today’s youth (future employees) and the future