These economic tricks could help many struggling millennials through this crisis. John Iadarola and Ankur Jain break it down on The Damage Report. Follow The Damage Report on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDamageReportTYT/
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"Ankur Jain has achieved much of his success in business by creating win-win situations. With his company’s latest initiative, he’s trying to help displaced workers while at the same time filling a significant need in the health care industry.
Earlier this year Jain, the founder of New York City-based investment firm Kairos, came across a report that stated that about 40 percent of jobs lost in the economic crisis wouldn’t return, in part because of the time needed to reopen businesses in hard-hit industries such as retail and restaurants. So the Kairos team started to think about what they could do to help create jobs quickly. Their solution: Pair out-of-work Americans with elderly and sick patients in need of home health care."
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