By Euro Weekly News Media • 02 December 2020 • 11:37
Pandemic although had a devastating impact on the global economy but it has made us aware of lifelong work-life lessons. For sure we will be approaching things differently when all of this gets over. We had to adapt at all costs to be able to carry out various operations during the economic lockdown period.
There were some quite mainstream work trends that people resorted to during recent months. The practice still continues as we approach the end of 2020. Let’s evaluate what were some of the recent trends and what would be their impact in the near future.
The ones who have been involved with big names and had to go to physical offices during their overall professional career, this was the most changing work-life trend for them. It has made both the parties, employers and employees, realize that work can be done remotely too. Some might have faced ensuring productivity levels and monitoring performances, but with further use of technological platforms, this concern can be addressed too.
Remote employees might become a new norm in 2021 as it leads to quite much operational savings for businesses. If this becomes practical for major businesses, you would see home-based workstations rising quite vehemently and then affecting the overall dynamics of work-life environments.
Increased Participation in Digital Economy.
With a huge number of employees being laid off, reduction in salaries, and overall global economic recession, concerned individuals were forced to look towards other options. The concepts they’ve enjoyed for a long related to business sustainability and job securities weren’t quite effective in 2020. The digital economy is now a force on its own and attracts both skilled individuals and investors.
A new trend of building online assets is now on the rise. Whether it would be a strong business or freelance profile, or virtual economy portfolio, there is a sharp increase in the interest of people around these. For instance, a Bitcoin Rejoin App would bring passive income with smart algorithmic trading. There are several other ways to make money part-time so individuals are quite actively participating to make a fortune out of the digital economy.
Tracking changes in lifestyle.
There has been a dramatic shift in lifestyle preferences for the masses. As pandemic had deep-rooted lessons for all, the opportunity cost for spending luxury is quite high. Individuals now look to simplify things for their lives rather than complicating it much. Travel is also expected to remain limited as the fears for viruses still looms in the atmosphere. Masses are now more focused on home-based leisure activities rather than spending time in public places.
Also, you would see better awareness levels with regards to health and fitness. There is a dire need to build upon immunity and ticking all the health checkboxes. The inefficiency of health systems to attend to the masses has been observed and people are warier to go to these places as they carry more potential threats at the moment. So, the change in lifestyle was quite imminent.
These were some of the trends during the pandemic that changed how we approach our lives. It was voluntary for some and enforced for the masses but these were observed quite at large. Exceptions were happening all around but we need to make sure that we remain adaptable and keep ourselves and closed ones safe in all aspects.
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