How and where you can find jobs is the question of the hour in a nation that’s starting to reopen from coronavirus-induced shutdowns.
May job figures shed a ray of hope, reporting that some 2.5 million people went back to work last month. However, government jobless data also showed that millions remain unemployed and that the economy’s recovery from the damage inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic will be slow and uneven. Some industries are showing signs of life, while others remain depressed and may remain so for months to come.
Recovering industries may be good places to start to look for work. But if your experience and skills are in a depressed segment of the economy, you may need to retool.
Here’s what experts say about what you should expect in this pandemic-scarred job market and how and where you can find jobs. Read the full article at Los Angeles Times.