Category Archives: Job stability

When is Your Next Gig? The Gig Economy

Every musician dreams of becoming the next big rock star. The reality for most ¬†is having a primary income – their day” job – and working periodic “gigs” on weekends or evenings playing in whatever club will have them. Musicians … Continue reading

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Changing Landscape of Career Success

The Future: Freelance Economy A recent article in The Economist described the converging effects of the shared economy – as represented by services like Uber, airBNB, and Task Rabbit – and the freelancers who are the lifeblood of such services: … Continue reading

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Changing Landscape of Career Success

The¬†Changing Landscape of Career Success Over last 35 years since I graduated from college, views of career success have changed dramatically. In 1979, I graduated from college with an engineering degree and had two job offers. Many of my friends … Continue reading

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