If you’re an undergraduate student, early 2021 looks vastly different to early 2020. Virtual lectures, video calls, and remote learning have become the norm.
The same can be said of the world of work. Graduating from university means entering a workplace that has undergone significant change since the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here’s what every undergrad needs to know about the future of work.
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Thomas is an experienced writer who has written articles covering business education, management, careers, and the future of work.
He launched and edits the BusinessBecause Insights series, which explores the latest research and trends from the business school classroom, drawing on the expertise of world-leading professors to inspire and inform current and future leaders. The Insights series has covered things like the sharing economy, working from home during COVID-19, the future of the office, NFTs, and ESG investing.
Thomas earned an MA in English from the University of Aberdeen before completing an MSc in Journalism at Robert Gordon University. He joined BusinessBecause in October 2017.