About One Week Job
In 2008, college grad Sean Aiken didn’t know what to do for a career. Rather than take the first job that came along, he set out to work 52 jobs in 52 weeks. In 2010, he published a book “The One-Week Job Project” and released the feature-length documentary. Now the OWJ project has gone global, with new participants launching their own journeys.
We just launched our Indiegogo Campaign to raise funds for One Week Job USA – the courageous quest of 60 year-old, Linda Chase, to work 52 jobs in 52 weeks throughout America in an attempt to re-discover her passions; to find gainful, meaningful employment, and to inspire others, regardless of age, that it’s never too Read More ››
Sean shares the inspiration and deeper meaning behind the One Week Job movement. He suggests that we’re experiencing “a revolution in work consciousness. A shift in how we as a culture view work and our relationship with it.” He believes that expressing our passions and unique gifts lead us to greater fulfillment both individually and Read More ››