"The tidal wave of bad finance news is freezing credit availability and battering investment portfolios, but a more human toll is almost certain to follow."
Over on CFO.com comes an eye opener for the masses: With the carnage resulting from Wall Street's inability to lead and govern itself comes the reality of the worst case of musical chairs seen since the Great Depression...and their won't be that many chairs in the game.
Certainly many will find jobs; I certainly don't expect Wall Street to suddenly grow a conscience and change it's ways. However, so many simply won't be absorbed - again - and will find the going rocky. Some will adapt to new surroundings; some will take longer to land. If you find yourself speaking with these folks, be a consultant, help them recognize their passions and if no positions exist with you, help them network. Could it hurt that much to be helpful?
Read it here