The way we worked: Adjusting expectations.

The nostalgic notion of graduating college and joining a firm or company for life is all but dead and gone. This is not news. It is reality for millions of workers in the world today. Permanent contracts seem illusive and sought after from those emerging from college undergrads, but the reality is that myself and my graduating class will not work with one firm for life unless they are drawn to the security of the civil service in some way, shape or form. For those who work in the private sector, we already know what is happening: freelancing, consulting and job hopping.

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