New LayoffShield Book Protects the American Worker from Getting the Axe

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Hot new business book hits the shelves: LAYOFFSHIELD.

Think the economy is good? Think again. *450,000 people have already lost their jobs to layoffs just this year alone. *In 2005, over half a million people felt the blade of the layoff axe in this country. Dealing with the unfortunate reality of layoffs has always been a huge problem for the American family. Many Americans have lost their jobs to technology driven changes, corporate streamlining and monster financial scams. Entering into the ranks of layoff threats, a whole new kind of axe is swinging at the American worker.

In the United States, entire business functions are being outsourced to what used to be considered some of the world's less economically developed countries. *CNN-Money quoted Forrester analyst John McCarthy as saying "Over the next 15 years, 3.3 million U.S. service industry jobs and $136 billion in wages will move offshore to countries like India, Russia, China and the Philippines."

As the axes bear down on the America, one company offers the American worker a shield -- a LayoffShield!

The new career book that packs a punch, 'LAYOFFSHIELD: Proven Strategies to Avoid the Cut List and Boost your Salary' is now available for purchase at the company's website:

The book will also be for sale on, and other retail outlets very soon.

The new LayoffShield book provides effective strategies that act as solid protection from layoffs caused by mergers, re-organization and outsourcing. This book puts the throttle to the floor to protect your job. LayoffShield is based on proven principles that really do work.

LayoffShield, Inc. is a privately owned Corporation. LayoffShield's mission is to empower every American Corporate Professional with an array of powerful literary products, high impact audio media, and live performances delivered with an extraordinary service experience.

*US Government Bureau of Labor Statistics

*Lou Dobbs: CNN

  • CNN Money

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