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Several professions may not survive COVID-19 quarantine

Several professions may not survive COVID-19 quarantine
Experts analyzed the impact of coronavirus on the labor market. According to their estimates, after a pandemic, personnel restructuring awaits several sectors of the economy at once.

Researchers from the Institute for Progressive Education made a forecast about the demand for professions and changes in the labor market after the epidemic of coronavirus, reports RT. The first to fall into the risk zone are tourism industry workers and guides, as many companies in this area have already suspended work.

Following the threat of cuts will be airline staff: due to restrictions on international and domestic flights, carriers are on the verge of bankruptcy. Because of this, a large number of highly qualified specialists may appear on the labor exchange, and competition in this area will increase. A similar situation is now in the fitness industry. After the end of the self-isolation regime, not all sports organizations will be able to return customers, the staff of experienced trainers will be reduced and fitness trainers will be unclaimed.

In the current environment, everyone is forced to conduct a broader digitalization of work. Because of this, junior employees, consultants, managers may be left without work. Difficulties may also arise for workers in the fashion, makeup and catering sectors. Even a pandemic will not affect IT professionals: due to economic instability, solvent demand for the services of such specialists may decrease.

Earlier, experts noted that more than half of Russians no financial meansto comply with self-isolation mode. Less than 40% of Russians will be able to spend a month without work. 
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