Eugene Roberts


Eugene Roberts is a graduate of Economics and Business, and has been fortunate to have experienced a wide range of job opportunities in a number of locations around the globe.

From Sydney to London, New York to Sao Paulo, he has observed both the challenges and the opportunities that confront workers in today's rapidly changing world, and the problems they have to face and endure.

This book is his take on the Information Revolution and where this new age is taking us.

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
My desk is a large, leather-topped mahogany art deco piece that I have managed to bury beneath three computer monitors and piles of papers and documents. It drives my partner to despair but I assure her that everything on it is important and has its place.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I found myself contemplating on how rapidly the world was changing. And how fast and competitive life was becoming for everyone; for Gen X and Y and especially for baby-boomers. The book evolved from my trying to crystallize in my own mind what was happening; why, and what the ramifications might be for me and my family going forward.
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Who Ate My Lunch?
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 27,530. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Economic conditions
The Internet Revolution, Globalization, and the Global Financial Crisis created the perfect storm. Now old business models are being destroyed and jobs are disappearing offshore at an astonishing rate. Analysts warn that "China and India are poised to out-think us and out-compete us by their sheer numbers" and that "there is no job security now". Are your job, income or savings under threat?

Eugene Roberts' tag cloud

cell phone    china    computer    employment    financial    india    internet    jobs    money    security