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How has the pandemic changed the way we work?

By France24
20 December 2021   |   1:49 pm
The entire workforce had no choice but to develop new skills and experiences during the pandemic. Our population has been forced into a crash course on modern technology, and the result is that more people than ever have the skills and knowledge to work effectively from anywhere.

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