Brandon Christopher

artist, novelist and journalist

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Artist, novelist and journalist; author of The Job Pirate: An Entertaining Tale of my Job-Hopping Journey in America

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Most people want job security…or at least stability. Brandon Christopher is different. He's had 82 jobs… and counting.

Tales of the LA Job Pirate

Most people want job security…or at least stability. Brandon Christopher is different. He's had 82 jobs… and counting.

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