Multiple careers

Having multiple careers is the growing trend in the late 20th century and early 21st century whereas a career comprises the work activities that can be identified with a particular job or profession These multiple careers can either be concurrent (where a worker has two simultaneous careers) or sequential (where a worker adopts a new career after having worked for some time in another career).wikipedia
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Career

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Having multiple careers is the growing trend in the late 20th century and early 21st century whereas a career comprises the work activities that can be identified with a particular job or profession These multiple careers can either be concurrent (where a worker has two simultaneous careers) or sequential (where a worker adopts a new career after having worked for some time in another career).
By the late 20th century, a wide range of variations (especially in the range of potential professions) and more widespread education had allowed it to become possible to plan (or design) a career: In this respect the careers of the career counselor and of the career advisor have grown up. It is also not uncommon for adults in the late 20th/early 21st centuries to have dual or multiple careers, either sequentially or concurrently.

Employment

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Having multiple careers is the growing trend in the late 20th century and early 21st century whereas a career comprises the work activities that can be identified with a particular job or profession These multiple careers can either be concurrent (where a worker has two simultaneous careers) or sequential (where a worker adopts a new career after having worked for some time in another career).

Profession

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Having multiple careers is the growing trend in the late 20th century and early 21st century whereas a career comprises the work activities that can be identified with a particular job or profession These multiple careers can either be concurrent (where a worker has two simultaneous careers) or sequential (where a worker adopts a new career after having worked for some time in another career).

Teacher's Highland Cream

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A "teacher-painter" might refer to an individual who works for nine months out of the year as an Elementary School Teacher and three (summer) months out of the year as a painter.

Painting

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A "teacher-painter" might refer to an individual who works for nine months out of the year as an Elementary School Teacher and three (summer) months out of the year as a painter.

Physician

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A "doctor-potter" might refer to an individual who works as an ENT-physician during the day, but works within a ceramics studio at night.

Ceramic art

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A "doctor-potter" might refer to an individual who works as an ENT-physician during the day, but works within a ceramics studio at night.

Homemaking

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Some consider the hyphen "-homemaker" or "-caregiver" as suggestive of another type of concurrent multiple career worker.

Caregiver

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Some consider the hyphen "-homemaker" or "-caregiver" as suggestive of another type of concurrent multiple career worker.

Lawyer

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That is, a "lawyer-homemaker" works as attorney and is also in charge of domestic duties at home.

Poverty

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Workers can adopt concurrent multiple careers for a host of reasons including: economic (such as poverty or striving for additional wealth), educational (such as multiple degrees in multiple fields), or personal (such as interest or lack of fulfillment in one career).

Richard Florida

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Economist, Richard Florida, among others suggests that some "hyphenates" pursue multiple concurrent careers in order to fulfill creative needs.

Savannah Guthrie

Savannah Guthrie (Correspondent). (2007, November 26). "Baby boomers juggling more jobs". Today [Television Broadcast]. New York: National Broadcasting Company.

Today (U.S. TV program)

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Savannah Guthrie (Correspondent). (2007, November 26). "Baby boomers juggling more jobs". Today [Television Broadcast]. New York: National Broadcasting Company.