Although the media reports that tens of millions of people are quitting their jobs, the real numbers appear to be that 5 million more people quit their jobs in the last 12 months than normally do so.
As the world slowly recovers from the jobs lost due to SARS-CoV-2 and the measures taken to control the spread of the virus, it is a good time to think about which of the lost jobs will come back and how long it will take.
As a direct result of the economic impact of the measures taken to flatten the curve of infections of SARS-CoV-2, millions of people around the world have been fired, laid off, or furloughed. This can be a very traumatic experience.
The choice of where to do is critically important and should be considered looking at the future evolution of a specific place’s business and technological fabric, its quality of life, natural habitat and geo-political stability.
Our MBA students are typically in the late 20s and expressed their interest in making a difference in a video blog assignment I give them every year.