Ready or not, here comes contingent work

04/16/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Prepare for the day when you might become an independent worker, Alexandra Levit writes. Gain a broad array of skills and take on personal projects to help yourself learn self discipline and time management, she writes. "I see many professionals acting like they will be at their organizations forever. The impact is that they will neglect their network and/or design their careers solely based on the company organization chart," human resources consultant Patti Johnson says.

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