by Teri Fritsma
The author discusses an interesting and timely topic: hybrid careers. What’s a hybrid career? you might be asking. As the Atlanta Career Coach puts it, a hybrid career is “a composite of skills, strengths, interests, knowledge and responsibilities that crosses many traditional boundaries.” Some examples include project managers, business analysts, researchers, scientists, and other highly-skilled occupations that have broadly-defined duties. Specific tasks in these types of occupations can really vary from company to company. Not only that, but if you’re working in a job like this, you’ll be expected to keep learning and gaining new skills and knowledge throughout your career. In other words, the phrase “not in my job description” really doesn’t apply!