Why The New American Workforce Wants Better Consumption, Not Just More | Fast Company

The Freelancers Union’s Sara Horowitz wrote about the Quiet Revolution in Fast Company:

Conscious consumers are creating a new mutual class, turning the made-in-China economy to a DIY state of mind.

They may not be marching in the streets or staging protests, but consumers are increasingly and actively changing the economic landscape with every dollar they consciously spend–or purposefully save.

The Quiet Revolution is getting louder. And the extra bucks in your bank account, the keys sliding into bike share slots, and the dollars spent at farmers markets and thrift stores all sound like one thing: change.

Read the article from Fast Company, her related blog post and watch the video about the Quite Revolution: