The Center for Generational Kinetics has just released the results of their study about how various generations have reacted to the pandemic and economic shutdown that resulted.
The study addresses the following generations:
Generational Birth Years
Generation Z: 1996 – 2015
Millennials: 1997 – 1995
Generation X: 1965 – 1976
Baby Boobers: 1946 – 1964
The results reveal significant differences in reaction among the generations.
Related blog posts:
“Companies Are Learning That Remote Workers Give Them a Competitive Advantage“ contains excerpts from a new article by UpWork.com, one of the leading global freelancer services. The article reports that the remote workforce in the US has nearly quadrupled to include 50% of US workers. That means, depending on the type of work you do, you can now live anywhere you please and have as good a shot as anybody at landing a great job.
“But What If You Don’t Want to Live in a Bigger City Any More???“ illustrates some ways to make the transition to a more desirable place to live.
If you are one whose job is portable and you are interested in a better quality of life and adapting to the new realities of making a living, here are some great resources to get you started:
- If you need help working through family decisions, weighing the pros and cons of remote working, creating an online business of your own, or if you just want to clarify your passions that point to your ideal job, you would do well to get a little help from a life coach. One of the best places to link- up with a coach that’s right for you is the free life coach matching service provided by Wainwright Global.
- If you’re drawn to remote working but don’t know how to get started, the Laptop Lifestyle Academy is perfect program for learning the ropes.
- If your preference is starting an online business of your own now or soon, there’s no better place to start than the free course at My Online Startup. It provides a great basis of knowledge and tools that will be relevant no matter what type of online venture you choose to pursue.
Yes, times are certainly challenging right now. But such developments can also be the catalyst that triggers overdue changes for the better in your life. There are plenty of great resources – like the above – to help you make them.
Until next time…