De nouvelles enquêtes publiées cette semaine montrent que les travailleurs américains qui ont perdu ou quitté leur emploi pendant la pandémie de Covid-19 pourraient ne pas réintégrer le marché du travail de sitôt, voire pas du tout. </p><div><p>La Chambre de commerce des États-Unis a récemment interrogé 529 Américains qui se sont retrouvés au chômage pendant la pandémie et n'ont pas encore repris le travail.</p><div class="read-more"> <picture> <!--[if IE 9]> <video style="display: none;"><![endif]--> <source media="(-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) and (min-resolution: 120dpi)" data- > <source data- > <!--[if IE 9]></video><![endif]--> <img alt="Pourquoi les Britanniques n'auront peut-être pas d'alcool à Noël" src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAABAAAAAJCAQAAACRI2S5AAAAEElEQVR42mNkIAAYRxWAAQAG9gAKqv6+AwAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==" data- data-src="https://www.fr24news.com/fr/a1/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Les-Americains-disent-que-la-vie-est-trop-courte-pour.jpg" class="read-more__cover lazyload"/> </source></source></picture> <!-- noscript pattern --> <noscript> <img src="https://www.fr24news.com/fr/a1/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Les-Americains-disent-que-la-vie-est-trop-courte-pour.jpg" alt="Pourquoi les Britanniques n'auront peut-être pas d'alcool à Noël"/> </noscript>
More than half of those surveyed (53%) said they were somewhat active or “not very active at allIn their current job search, while 65% said they did not plan to return to work until 2022. Many cited continued Covid-19 concerns as a barrier preventing them from returning to work, in particular the women. Almost half said they had used pandemic incentives or stimulus payments, as well as draining savings or investments, to support themselves since becoming unemployed.
Only 8% said they “ never plan to return to work. Yet the results show workers may not be back anytime soon, unless they see it as worth it.
According to the survey, almost half (46%) see a hiring bonus of $ 1,000 as the main reason for returning to work. The survey also showed that flexible working hours, the ability to work from home and a positive work environment are very attractive to respondents. This means that companies will have to modernize their employment policies if they are to attract staff.
In addition, a separate survey by the US job search website Indeed, released Thursday, showed that people are reluctant to return to work, having realized during the pandemic that ” life is too short to stay in a job they are not passionate about. »
About 92% of the 1,000 respondents share this sentiment. According to the survey, Americans actually see their current unemployment and the overall labor market shortage crisis as a positive thing, which ” offered new career opportunities that they would not otherwise have had.“85% of job seekers are now said to be looking for work outside their old industry, and 97% of them say the pandemic has prompted them to change careers.
There are currently 10.4 million unfilled jobs in the United States, with 7.6 million Americans unemployed. A recent note from S&P global economists consulted by Business Insider predicts that this “”probably stay hardTo find workers next year, and employees will cost companies more money and effort. Goldman Sachs recently estimated that 3.4 million people left their jobs in the past year and a half, and the majority of them were retirees, meaning many are not returning to work at all. Half of those releases are temporary, S&P says, but it’s still unclear when they’ll start working again amid renewed pandemic fears sparked by the new variant of the coronavirus, Omicron.
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