Wednesday, April 08, 2009

laid-off workers turn to djing

The New York Times today reports that business is good at local DJ schools -- dubspot and Scratch DJ Academy are mentioned -- as laid-off workers consider second careers as DJs.

"I’m getting a lot of calls from people who are saying, ‘I just got my severance package, and this is something I have wanted to do my whole life,’ ” said Kelly Webb, dubspot’s director of operations. “In the midst of this economic crisis, some people have simply decided to go out and do what really makes them happy.”

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