Imagine being a single parent in a rundown neighborhood. Anxiety, stress and money trouble are your constant companions. Inexplicably, a money-making monster descends with offers of jobs and a better life. It seems a friend to the poor. It hires single parents, high school dropouts, students. A disadvantaged, desperate staff burdened with high hopes.
The euphoria fades fast. Confusion creeps in. You’re working, but you’re broke