I give a lot of advice to people in my professional life. I am part of a broad network of mentors via Blue Collar Post Collective, who keep our social media channels open to anyone seeking advice. In my day-job, I am in a leadership position. It is my duty to arm staff with everything… Continue reading Nothing Ambitious is Easy: What I learned from writing #100CareerTips
Over recent decades, technological changes in editing have not only affected the work itself, but also the nature of the labor environment. The role of the editor has been both deprofessionalized and at the same time made more complex. Editors are now asked and expected to have a solid grasp on a wider variety of skills and disciplines than ever before. In a new, unstable work environment, they are also expected to incorporate a wider range of tasks into their job, for which they are not additionally compensated. The democratization of technology has created a labor market where professionals who spent many years training in what was previously seen as a specialized craft, compete with those who have learned to operate the tools of the trade as hobbyists.