The combination of automation and a global pandemic has pushed society into a new norm of work.
There’s no escaping the digital revolution as it impacts every industry.
Lockdowns have given us some time to take a step back to evaluate what’s important and what work-life balance should look like.
In this episode, we share our reactions to some pretty compelling statistics about the future of work before sharing our approach to navigating these changes.
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Things mentioned in this episode
- The future of work: is your job safe? | The Economist
- Our Journey To Full-Time Blogging – Episode 037
- 95% of workers are thinking about quitting their jobs, according to a new survey
- 90% of millennials and Gen-Z do not want to return to full-time office work post-pandemic
- Making $378K A Year As A Fiverr Freelancer
- Millions of Americans Have Lost Jobs in the Pandemic—And Robots and AI Are Replacing Them Faster Than Ever
- Why We’ll Never Work at an Office Again
- What’s next for remote work: An analysis of 2,000 tasks, 800 jobs, and nine countries
- How Remote Work Destroyed My Mental Health
- Recession and Automation Changes Our Future of Work, But There are Jobs Coming, Report Says
- AI writing tool – Jarvis.ai
- Audio transcription tool – Descript
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