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Careers in Remote Gig Economy

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ABUS 3052

Credits
2
Delivery Method
Fully online
Cost
Tuition | Fees

About This Course

This course examines the structure of a remote gig economy and corresponding career opportunities. Students will develop a deep understanding of the current gig landscape, develop initiatives and self-direction tactics to meet its needs, and leave armed to succeed in a growing remote gig economy. Activities are centered on obtaining work in the gig economy and being an exceptional remote "gigger" as an individual contributor. Additionally, students will learn how to parlay those talents into endless career path opportunities, including leadership and management roles in a quickly evolving, exciting workplace. 

Instructor

Uriah Giordana
Uriah Giordana

MBA, University of Phoenix; BBA, management, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Uriah has 14 years in leadership and management roles with DISH Network and Sprint by Wireless Evolution in program management, direct and indirect sales, and new business development. In 2012 he cofounded SKYWISE Communications, a local business specializing in residential and commercial internet and TV. He currently works for Sunrun on residential solar power adoption through partnerships with national retailers. His areas of expertise are developing dynamic business leaders, motivating and coaching high-performance teams, managing strategic partnerships, and leading national retail go-to-market strategy. Uriah values flexible routines, careful prioritization, and carving time for life’s most important milestones.  

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