From four jobs a career to four jobs a day: PSFK's Piers Fawkes explores the untethered life

This era of radical disruption will drive a new way to live, work and play, whether we’d like to embrace it or not.

One of the critical drivers powering the rise of the nomad will be the companies they work for. Major companies (and currently the largest employers) are already attempting to transform the way they operate and therefore avoid being sidelined. As corporations evolve into shape-shifters that adapt to the variability of the marketplace, they will seek a new set of tools and systems, new workplace formats and, ultimately, a new relationship with the people who work for them.

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