Economic Revival: Post-pandemic world

Economic Revival: Post-pandemic world

Different continents and countries are slowly exiting what has been a year that has seen some kind of lockdown. If not full lockdown, certain restrictions. Those restrictions will likely be in place for some time - but as more vaccines get into more arms, the realization that they will be eased is also taking hold.

So how do you imagine a post-pandemic world? Follow our new series.

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Economic Revival: Post-pandemic world
  • Future of work

    Are we experiencing a work revolution because of COVID-19? About one in four Americans are expected to be remote workers within the next five years, the BBC News reports.

    The COVID-19 pandemic forced many employers to send their workers home because of lockdowns and local restrictions. In some c...

  • Will you ever wear jeans again?

    Are you still wearing jeans, blazers or high heels? Work from home has changed the way we think about fashion. People are ditching uncomfortable clothes, to soft and comfy sweatpants. Find out more about the new wave of, casualization.

  • Future of housing market

    At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American housing and real estate market took a major hit, slowing down for months due to restrictions and a recession.

    However, individual homeowners and buyers are still facing some difficulty with the market, losing out to wealthier buyers from ci...

  • Future of salons

    Nail and hair salons were turned upside down when the COVID-19 pandemic first started in Los Angeles.

    Unlike other businesses, they weren’t able to move their operations online. With the gradual reopening across California, people are getting more comfortable and optimistic.

  • Restaurants post-pandemic

    The restaurant industry has been one of the hardest-hit sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    In the United States, it was certainly evident in the San Francisco Bay Area, which was one of the first areas to go into shelter-in-place orders.

    But now it has the lowest COVID infection rate in the ...

  • Back to work at a baseball game

    The pandemic shut down major league baseball in the U.S. for the better part of a year.

    More than 1,500 games were canceled in the U.S. leading to billions of dollars in losses.

    With almost 55 % of U.S. adults now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, baseball games are back.

    For ushers and those...