We’re chatting about work. Around the water cooler, during a smoke break, over a beer at happy hour. We asked a handful of Wisconsin personalities the following questions. Their responses have been published as part of a series on Humanities Booyah!
- Describe your first job and what you remember most about it.
- Tell us about a moment that influenced your work history.
- What do you do on a regular day?
- What does the future of your work look like?
- When you think about making a living and making a life, what comes to mind?
The responses are interesting, every one of them. This is the real stuff of our lives. It is what The Working Lives Project is all about.
We’d love to hear from you! Send us an email, tell us your story.
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