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Working in the Margins of Life

Since the age of 16, I’ve essentially been working a full-time job. During high school and on into university, I worked late nights and weekends nearly every day, with just a short break on the weekends and during holidays. I had to, or I wouldn’t have been able to afford a high-quality education – and to me, it was worth …

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Reinvention is the Key to Relevance

Lifetime learning is more important than ever before, and in the decades to come, our livelihoods will come to depend on it. I first got to thinking about this, after I read the statement below in Thomas Friedman’s excellent “Thank You for Being Late“. Reflecting on the impact that mass automation will have on the global workforce, Friedman’s advice for …