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Coronavirus pandemic has us second-guessing careers

After months of maneuvering through the coronavirus crisis, many employees are rethinking what’s most important when it comes to their careers, new research from global staffing firm Robert Half suggests.

77% of HR pros expect more telework, even post-covid

As millions of Americans continue working from home, new survey results suggest why some of them should get comfortable.

Women most vulnerable to pandemic-related job loss

Women account for 55% of the 20.5 million who lost their jobs in April.

Employers eager to reopen, cautious about the details

As states relax stay-at-home orders, 78% of employers surveyed by the Littler Mendelson law firm say they will reopen within three months, with 34% planning to do so within one month.

Thanks, coronavirus! We’re staying home this summer

Summer is right around the corner, but many professionals plan to keep their noses to the grindstone, new research from global staffing firm Robert Half shows.

Going remote: Workers are split

America’s great WFH experiment the past few months has yielded many converts.

Coronavirus has altered work for 74% of employers

Planning is well underway for U.S. employers to get back to work in a post-covid-19 environment, according to a new survey by the Willis Towers Watson consulting firm.

Snapshot: Coronavirus impact by generation

Half of Generation Z workers report that they or someone in their household has lost a job or taken a pay cut.

SHRM survey: Most small businesses could fail

New research released by the Society for Human Resource Management warns the state of small business could go from bad to worse, as more than half of business owners said they expected to be out of business within six months.

Snapshot: COVID-19’s impact on Americans’ jobs

Low-wage workers earning less than $36,000 per year have been hit hardest by coronavirus-related job losses.