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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

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.
Angus Bremner
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

Painting the ski industry, one trail map at a time

by Sean McHenry Nov 20, 2019
If you've gone skiing in the last 30 years, there's a good chance you've used a trail map painted by James Niehues.
James Niehues works in his home studio in Parker, Colorado.
Lindsay Pierce Morgan
My Economy

Why a county historian closely watches the economy

by Andie Corban Oct 14, 2019
Holly Kirkendall is worried about budgeting by the museum she works at and the discretionary income of its visitors.
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My Economy

From recession to celebration, the business of wedding vows

by Bennett Purser Oct 3, 2019
During the financial crisis, two writers found their way into the wedding business.
A bride reads her vows at a ceremony officiated by Angie Sommer.
Amanda Wei
My Economy

How a college degree can change your relationship with your family

by Sean McHenry Sep 24, 2019
Heather Cantua Phillips owns more than both her parents combined, and that's put a strain on their relationship.
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My Economy

Taking on this economy as a newly single parent

by Andie Corban Sep 17, 2019
Hillary Barbour recently ended a nine-year marriage. "My radar is a lot more sensitive now to things that are happening in the market."
Hillary Barbour working at a Portland food festival.
Courtesy of Hillary Barbour

Building a marketplace for voices

by Sean McHenry Sep 5, 2019
The managing director of Voquent weighs in on the voice-over economy.
Miles Chicoine, left, founding managing director at Voquent.
Courtesy of Voquent
My Economy

The beauty brand inspired by both Hollywood and Zimbabwe

by Bennett Purser Aug 15, 2019
A Hollywood makeup artist created her own beauty brand, and learned a lot about the trade war in the process.
Makeup products from Jacque Mgido Cosmetics.
Courtesy of Jacque Mgido