Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Sydney Morning Herald: Future of Work

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There’s an “exciting new world of work” out there, and not only is Sarah Moran embracing it, she’s encouraging others to do the same.

Ms Moran, 32, is chief executive of Girl Geek Academy, which builds technical and entrepreneurial skills among women. She said the lines between traditional jobs and entrepreneurship were “blurring further and further”.

Read more: https://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace/parttime-projects-portfolio-careers-what-workers-can-expect-in-2017-20170122-gtw7gi.html

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