I'm Glad I Didn’t Go to College - Luis Santiago went from working at McDonald’s in the “Badlands” neighborhood of Philadelphia to running his own company and pulling in six figures. And he got from Point A to Point B without a four-year college degree. The secret? Luis is a master HVAC technician in a skilled trades industry which has grown less and less popular as a career path in the U.S. over the last few decades.
How do you go from McDonalds to a job paying six figures, without a 4-year college degree?
Katherine Berry was living out her dream life - or so she thought.
Rob Abasolo quit his 9-5 job at a successful ad agency to build tiny homes.
Digital Nomads Annette & Daniel can work anywhere in the internet-connected world.
Jake 28, from Los Angeles, CA lives, works and sleeps in his Honda sedan.
Courtney is one of approximately 13 million Americans that works two jobs.
About Future of Work: The Next Generation
Through intimate portraits of millennials, the series explores how fundamental shifts in work are impacting well-being, stability, sense of identity and community. The six-episode mini-series focuses on themes from the WGBH broadcast series Future of Work — the rise of the precariat, the gig economy, digital nomads, working to live, and new opportunities.
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