The Future of Freelancing and Journalism

The world is warping through a technical revolution which means that change from tradition is inevitable. The digital era is beginning to shape a new type of work shift that could deviate from the good ol’ 9-5 working hours and it turn the freelance industry may just take it’s place. So let’s hope the flack given to freelancing as hobbyist or a side jobs ends soon.

With over 30 years of experience, journalist and senior lecturer RMIT’s School of Media and Communications, Dr Alexandra Wake spoke to Nic about the possible, promising future of freelancing for Australian workers and how quality journalism plays an integral role for laying the way for other industries in the digital sphere, why creating stronger working environments and mentorship programs for freelances work, particularly in creative and media industries is important and more!

Listen to Nic and Dr Wake chat about the future of freelancing and journalism here

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