Some experts say if students become more accustomed to the new reality of working from home, this might better enable them to tackle some of the challenges that will arise in post-pandemic workplaces.
BusinessCOVID-19EducationJobsStudentsThe World After COVID-19
Tuho Labonno said that more than 60 per cent of workers at the middle-management level at her workplace are women. However, only four per cent held a top executive position.
Students are not angry enough about precarious work. The general consensus says it’s awful but too many students are too accepting of it as an unpleasant but unavoidable reality.
Jocelyn Edmison knows the business world is a bit of a boys’ club. “They’re all friends of friends of friends, who all worked their way up together,” the president of…