And she made sure that she didn't. This Baby Boomer had been in-training with us for several days. She couldn't get a hang of the concepts and how to apply them. So, she was terminated. But, within an hour she found another onsite assignment in the organization.
Work, at least when you do it in some kind of group, is inherently social. Doing it, alone, in a home office, is not social. That can make a profound difference, in just about everything.
During our time onsite, we encountered so many people, of all generations.
At lunch we received tips about other kinds of work opportunities - both the good ones and which to avoid.
The man assigned to sit next to me will start submitting his "sudden fiction" and longer short stories to my blogs as well as to other kinds of media. Human interaction can push us onto a fresh career path.
Before this assignment ends for me, I will hunt up another type of part-time onsite job, related to communications or not. In a home office, you miss way too much.