It’s no secret that the media is an enigma wrapped in countless question marks, even its longest-serving denizens unsure of their futures.
Media isn’t the only source of insecurity considering that one-mighty Sears is quickly disappearing, its latest move putting 12,000 out of work and putting into question what will happen to their pensions. The future of other department stores is ls also in question.
Of course, all of this uncertainty comes at a time in which, at least in the cities and heavily-populated regions of this country, the price of housing is skyrocketing, forcing some to hold down more than one job just to make ends meet when you consider other rising costs.
We’ve all heard about the infamous “job churn,” a term used to describe how many of us will change careers several times during our lives and it’s not what we signed up for in golf, or any other profession for that matter.
However, let’s focus on golf, since it’s what readers of this blog do. Do you see yourself remaining in the industry for your entire career? It’s a question we’ve asked in the past, but it’s time for an update from GNN readers.
You can vote below or on the GNN home page and please feel free to pen any additional thoughts in the Comments section below.
Have recent circumstances (lack of security, cost of living, wages. etc.) caused you to reconsider your future in the golf industry?
- YES (64%)
- NO (36%)