According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “the number of unemployed persons rose by 1.4 million to 7.1 million in March ” in the United States alone. With stay-at-home orders being implemented and increasing number of non-essential businesses being forced to shut down, many people are finding themselves without a job and with uncertainty over the stability of their jobs when these restrictions are lifted.
More than ever, our definition of the workplace is changing.
Worldwide, the economy is taking a hit due to the coronavirus.
For many creatives, this is a time of enormous change. As many are spending more time at home, routines have changed and outside work opportunities may have disappeared. However, this does not mean that it isn’t possible to capitalize on the moment. In fact, right now is the perfect time to start thinking outside of the box.
Photographer Albert Dros likes to stay busy. Whether he’s traveling to Antarctica or exploring Kyrgyzstan, he’s constantly on the move.
With every passing year, more and more art is being sold online as opposed to standard settings.
A reality of modern life for any working artist is diversification. If you want to make a full-time living as a photographer or fine artist, sometimes it’s not always enough to rely on gallery representation or freelance clients. Luckily, as the world has changed, the opportunities for artists to make money from their creativity have also expanded.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, life is changing for people around the globe.
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