Either the economy is picking up or people are just giving up on waiting for a recovery; there is rumbling in the city streets and it isn’t an East Coast earthquake. During a recession that was marked by layoffs, mergers, business closures and reorganizations, it used to be that a person who had a job held onto it with his teeth, grateful to be working. But change is happening. In January, it was predicted that 63% of Americans who had a job on January 1st would have a different job by December 31st. Based on the attitudes of job seekers lately, the prediction might be accurate.