She took the job, she says, because she was excited to work with a diverse group of executives and the various startups in which her company invests.
But many Americans going back to work have been deeply changed by the pandemic, and some say the crisis has prompted them to rethink their careers, either by necessity or opportunity. A February Pew Research report found that nearly two-thirds of unemployed Americans had seriously considered changing their occupation or field of work during the pandemic. Another survey conducted this March by Morning Consult on behalf of Prudential found that one in five workers changed their line of work entirely over the past year, and a quarter of workers planned to look for a job with a new employer once the threat of the pandemic had subsided.
Teaching can be a great job, as can journalism, Horton said of her own experience. “(Being a) professor has stability of work; it’s grounding. I was a stringer for the Boston Globe (for a while and) that was my stability," she said. "What’s important is to have some grounding, a part that supports you. Having these jobs keeps me current, out in the world.”
The Tanger Center tweeted they are holding a job fair at the Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse on Wednesday, June 9 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
We have an unprecedented opportunity right now to reinvent, to create workplace culture almost from scratch. Over the past decades, various types of businesses have rotated in and out of favor—conglomerates in the ’60s, junk bonds in the ’80s, tech in the ’00s—but the basic workplace structure, of office cubicles and face time, has remained the same. It’s time to allow the creative ideas to flow. For example, companies are stuck with millions of square feet of now unused office space—sublet space soared by 40% from late 2019 to this year, CoStar found. Why not use that extra space for day care? Working parents of small children would jump at the opportunity to have a safe, affordable option, while having their kids close by.
“I’ve been on this app for more than a year and I have over 12K followers and 12.2M views on Bolo Indya app. I spend almost 3 hours a day coming on LIVE and receiveing an overwhelming response from my followers in form of virtual gifting, which I can encash later, as my bank account is connected to the app through UPI,” says Sashi Sethi.
Regardless of the event type, be sure to come up with a program that people will happily pay for. Meaning, the content should include valuable information that the audience won’t normally get with a quick search.