Many industries are likely to recover once the fear of the pandemic subsides but automation and the shift of many interactions online will lead to job losses in some industries that will be permanent.
The pandemic has shaken up the US workforce. Between February and April, more than 22 million jobs were lost. Including the 1,371,000 gain in August reported this morning, only 48% of those were recovered since April. And unfortunately, the pace of the rapid jobs recovery will not be sustained. The jobs reports later in 2020 are likely to show the recovery unfolding at a more modest pace. Overall, employment will remain well below pre-pandemic levels for the rest of 2020 and into 2021.
Most of the job losses thus far have been in industries impacted by social distancing, such as entertainment, restaurants and personal care. Those industries are likely to recover once the fear of the
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AMARAVATI: Seeking industry support in setting up a skill development university and colleges in the state, minister for industries, commerce and IT Gautham Reddy held discussions with several top officials of NTPC, ITDC, SAIL and BHEL in New Delhi on Wednesday.
He requested the top firms to join hands with the state government in training the youth of the state to provide skilled and trained people to the industry. He wanted them to join as stakeholders in setting up the industry specific skill development colleges.
Gautham Reddy met SAIL chairman Anil Kumar Chaudhury and requested him to support in setting up skill development colleges in the state. He said the state government has been implementing multiple skill development programmes aimed at students in schools, colleges, dropouts and unemployed and decided to develop industry friendly eco-system by supporting them with skilled workforce.
“In this connection, CM Jaganmohan Reddy has proposed to
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