Staff at a pizza restaurant in London, Britain, working on August 17. Of the millions of jobs that were lost or suspended through the past 18 months, how many will return and how many are lost forever? Photo: EPA-EFE Staff at a pizza restaurant in London, Britain, working on August 17. Of the millions of jobs that were lost or suspended through the past 18 months, how many will return and how many are lost forever? Photo: EPA-EFE
Staff at a pizza restaurant in London, Britain, working on August 17. Of the millions of jobs that were lost or suspended through the past 18 months, how many will return and how many are lost forever? Photo: EPA-EFE
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Why chance to offload BS jobs is an upside to Covid-19 pandemic

  • There is a tectonic shift occurring in labour markets worldwide as we reassess jobs and which ones are actually worthwhile
  • Discovering and deleting non-essential jobs might play an important role in improving productivity as the world emerges from recession

Staff at a pizza restaurant in London, Britain, working on August 17. Of the millions of jobs that were lost or suspended through the past 18 months, how many will return and how many are lost forever? Photo: EPA-EFE Staff at a pizza restaurant in London, Britain, working on August 17. Of the millions of jobs that were lost or suspended through the past 18 months, how many will return and how many are lost forever? Photo: EPA-EFE
Staff at a pizza restaurant in London, Britain, working on August 17. Of the millions of jobs that were lost or suspended through the past 18 months, how many will return and how many are lost forever? Photo: EPA-EFE
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