In the year 2020, the COVID-19 epidemic affected worldwide labor markets. The immediate and frequently severe effects were that millions of people were furloughed or lost their jobs, while others quickly adjusted to working from home when workplaces closed.
Much additional personnel were judged necessary and continued to work in hospitals and grocery shops, on trash trucks, and in warehouses, but with new processes to limit the spread of the unique coronavirus. This pandemic has given existence to many emerging part-time jobs in the world.
The first of three MGI papers on issues of the post-pandemic economy is this report on the future of work following COVID-19. Others consider how the epidemic would affect consumption in the long run and the possibility of a widespread rebound fueled by increased productivity and innovation.
We examine the pandemic’s long-term influence on labor demand, occupational mix, and worker skills in eight countries with different labor and economic market models: France, Germany, China, India, Spain, Japan, the United States, and the United Kingdom. These eight countries account for about half of the world’s population and 62% of GDP.
Below are seven emerging jobs since the pandemic,
This personnel will perform Swab tests in hospitals, nursing homes, industries, and offices. Registered nurses and nursing assistants will most likely fill the posts. It is possible to earn up to $45 each hour. Many people can benefit from these changes if they are ready to engage in skill development. And when industries and businesses reopen, this will continue to be growing employment.
Contact tracers make phone calls to persons who may have been infected with the virus, offering advice and attempting to set up tests. Work may usually be done from home, part-time or full-time, and pays up to $25 per hour.
By law enforcement officer:
Police and others to assist cities and municipalities hire officers to investigate complaints of persons breaching social distance and other Covid-19-related rules. The job pays up to $30 per hour.
Screen manufacturers and installers:
If businesses and institutions wish to securely accommodate students, workers, and customers, they will need to construct plexiglass shields and barriers. As a result, those who can build and put-up structures should be in great demand. Wages can reach $20 per hour.
According to certain projections, people will continue to use face masks for years, so their need for the covers will continue to grow. Companies are required to greet returning staff with logo-branded masks. She believes they may also be sold at athletic events and concerts. People who can sew the covers might earn as much as $18 an hour.
Work from Home Facilitator:
It’s believed that less than 5% of businesses will have remote policies before 2020. With the post-pandemic prospect that remote work will continue to be the norm, businesses want to use what they’ve learned to improve the work-from-home experience. WFH facilitators have become undeniable “employment of the now” rather than a futuristic career of the future.
Smart Home Design Manager:
For many, the virus’s lasting message will be that “everybody’s house is their fortress.” As houses are built – or remodeled – with specialized home office areas, complete with the routers in the correct places, separate voice-driven entrances, soundproofing, and even Gorilla Glass wall panels, the need for smart home design managers will soar. Smart home designers will be one of the most in-demand careers in 2030.