Harvard Business Review:
Reinventing Your Career In The Time of Coronavirus
In uncertain times, it can be difficult to think about things such as job security, but it can become even more difficult to reinvent your career. However, the Harvard Business Review provides the tools you need to not only switch careers successfully during the COVID-19 pandemic, but to have confidence in making job decisions with the future unknown.
5 Skills For Post-Corona Career
Some of us have more time on our hands than we can bear due to social distancing and new work from home policies, however, we do not have to remain idle in both our skill sets and careers. FastCompany breaks down 5 necessary and in-demand skill sets that you can develop during your downtime at home. These skills will help to expand your job potential and make you more professionally attractive to employers.
As coronavirus cases continue to climb worldwide, it is no secret that various industries are heavily affected by social distancing and non-essential work. IBIS World breaks down the facts of what certain industries are doing to cope with the pandemic from around the world.
Thousands of Free Courses with Coursera
Millions are suffering from unemployment, however, it is possible to build your skillset while in between jobs or taking the first steps into your career. Online education platform, Coursera, is offering thousands of its classes for free for unemployed workers. Workers will have the opportunity to build up their skillset and expand their education for free.
If you are looking for a way to make your social distancing time more productive, then General Assembly is here to help. The online education platform is offering its online Friday workshops for free to the public. Simply sign up with an email address and get ready to further your education and skill sets.