Eavesdrop> Stressful Recovery: As architecture work rebounds, companies are slow to re-hire

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(Wojtek Gurak / Flickr)

(Wojtek Gurak / Flickr)

The new boom in architecture work has been a godsend for once-struggling firms nationwide. But there’s a downside. Offices consistently tell us that a hangover of the brutal recession is that they’re hesitant to hire large quantities of new workers, which means more work for not enough people. This, of course, means exhaustion and stress. And so we’ll dub the new economy the Nervous Breakdown Boom until we can think of something better.

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