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Article Published: 02 Aug 2022

Opera's Hiring Crisis

When COVID-19 first shut down theaters and furloughed technicians and administrative staff at arts organizations, people fled New York City. Economics forced many to move in with parents or friends. Others sought refuge from the virus in less crowded communities. Some who were able to work remotely relocated to more affordable areas, where larger homes made it easier to juggle the demands of virtual work and school.

This article was published in the Summer 2022 issue of Opera America Magazine.

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