What is the future of work after COVID-19?
asks Jake Perez, Editor at LinkedIn News and shares a Mckinsey article on the topic
Once the world gets past the pandemic, what will stick around in our professional lives, and what will go away?
McKinsey Global Initiative research involving the U.S. and seven other countries found that more than 100 million workers will likely need to transition to new jobs by 2030, which is up to 25% more than pre-COVID estimates in advanced economies.
The research also shows that working from home and virtual meetings will stick around, though “less intensely,” and the adoption of automation and artificial intelligence will speed up, especially for work that involves physical proximity.
Here is the link to read the full article: