Month: May 2020


Adaptability is Key for Survival for a Business

Our world is changing, from education to grocery to how we work, all in response to the current pandemic. Ability to adapt to the changing market is key for our survival. Sharing 3 articles on how the businesses are adapting to the changing environment.

How businesses are adapting to a coronavirus pandemic economy

Small acts of resilience as businesses navigate new pressures during a pandemic. In just a few weeks, the novel coronavirus outbreak has changed the way thousands of companies operate in an unprecedented manner. As business owners and employees navigate the new normal, here are some of the ways they have adapted to stay operating amid a global pandemic.

How Coronavirus Will Change Air Travel

Across the U.S., airports are ghostly quiet, hosting barely 5% of the number of travelers who passed through them at this time last year. When the coronavirus pandemic eases, it won’t be a quick return to normal.

5 Ways The World Fought Back

Real dogs are being trained to sniff out COVID-19 infection, robotic dogs are enforcing social distancing requirements, and a new coronavirus test based on the gene-editing technology CRISPR has been approved for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Here’s our weekly roundup of encouraging news from the fight against the coronavirus.


Getting Ready for Future Job Market

It is not a surprise anymore that our lives will be changed, and so will the job market and our career. We will see some industries to grow very fast post pandemic era, while some industries will have to go through major re-invention to be profitable again. I’ve collected 3 articles for you, 2 focus on job skills and one on Canada job market (might be similar for USA as well).

5 essential skills to expand your job prospects after coronavirus

In the past three weeks alone, 15 million people, or 10% of the workforce, have lost their jobs due to the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In total, more than 26 million people filed for unemployment benefits since the start of the crisis, a staggering number that is only expected to grow in the coming weeks.