Listen To The New Yorker's Adam Davidson Talk About "The Passion Economy"
A special broadcast of this event will air on 90.9 WBUR, Sunday 8 p.m. EST
Last month, Jeremy Hobson, co-host of Here & Now, interviewed Adam Davidson, New Yorker staff writer and creator of NPR’s Planet Money, about the forces shaping the new economy and his first book, "The Passion Economy: The New Rules for Thriving in the 21st Century" at WBUR CitySpace.
Contrary to what you may have heard, the middle class is not dying and robots are not stealing our jobs. In fact, writes Adam Davidson — one of our leading public voices on economic issues — the twenty-first-century economic paradigm offers new ways of making money, fresh paths toward professional fulfillment, and unprecedented opportunities for curious, ambitious individuals to combine the things they love with their careers.
Here's a sneak peek from the event at WBUR CitySpace where Davidson talks about how in this "passion economy" new, tailor-made jobs allow us to almost walk away from existing competition:
Tune in to 90.9 WBUR to listen to the full event radio broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. EST
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