New music can't compete with old music; Great Resignation — or the Great Reshuffle?

New music can't compete with old music; Great Resignation — or the Great Reshuffle?

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Monday, 7 February

According to one analysis by a music analytics firm, 70% of the U.S. music market comes from songs at least two years old, with much of it decades old. We dig into this with music writer Ted Gioia. And, labor force participation has reached its highest level since the start of the pandemic. As financial expert Jill Schlesinger explains, all of these developments have some economists speaking of a great worker reshuffle versus a great resignation.
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