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My Economy

Tackling the unpredictable gig work of Broadway

by Andie Corban Jan 13, 2020
Stagehand John Hatch has been underemployed for more than eight months.
Hatch and a coworker at the 2017 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. He was then working on CBS's "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
Courtesy John Hatch
My Economy

The part-time security guard who just turned 80

by Bennett Purser Jan 1, 2020
Dan Hartman became a security guard when disaster struck West Virginia. Now he’s the oldest guard in the company.
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My Economy

Finding joy after retirement, working at a vineyard

by Bennett Purser Dec 31, 2019
For Chip Hunter, the instinct to work can’t be kicked.
Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in Amissville, Virginia.
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My Economy

Figuring out how to spend free time after retiring from nursing

by Bennett Purser Dec 30, 2019
After a busy life as a registered nurse, Patricia Carney is taking time for herself.
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My Economy

Seaweed sellers worry about tariffs, too

by Sean McHenry Dec 26, 2019
Fiona Houston co-founded Mara Seaweed five years ago. The company is expanding, but tariffs and geopolitics have been concerning.
Fiona Houston, co-founder of Mara Seaweed, harvesting off the Scottish coast.
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My Economy

How the woman who helped design Yoda's voice is spending her retirement

by Bennett Purser Dec 20, 2019
Joanne D’Antonio now teaches seniors how to navigate LA's public transit system.
Joanne D'Antonio (left) working on "Empire Strikes Back" with Director Irvin Kershner and Frank Oz, on Dec. 24th, 1979.
My Economy

Finding meaningful work at home after working around the world

by Bennett Purser Dec 19, 2019
Marydean Purves brought her international work experience into a new realm.
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My Economy

Preparing for retirement, one Google search at a time

by Andie Corban Dec 17, 2019
"I'm realizing I don't even know what I don't know," said Janet Johnson, 63.
Janet Johnson and her husband, Duane Esarey.
Photo courtesy of Janet Johnson
My Economy

From hiring to navigating the road, "everything about trucking is a math problem"

by Bennett Purser Dec 2, 2019
A truck driver tells us about working one of the most in-demand jobs in the U.S.
A truck used by driver Kellylynn McLaughlin.
Courtesy Kellylynn McLaughlin
My Economy

Prioritizing stability over wealth

by Andie Corban Nov 27, 2019
Ohio native Louise Eberle says the work-life balance of her public school job gives her more than wealth ever could.
Photo courtesy of Louise Eberle