The coronavirus crisis has sparked a rise of a number of issues following various restrictions that have been put in place to contain the spread of the virus. For example, there has been an increase in mental health issues following the UK Government’s imposed lockdowns and COVID-19 guidelines, high numbers of businesses have faced administration after shutting up shop for the majority of the year and unemployment has risen higher than ever before. Yet, despite these challenges, shreds of hope and optimism are once again starting to appear as new industries emerge as a result of the pandemic, leading to the creation of new jobs and a potential economic boom once again. According to iCIMS’ data, recruitment is starting to look promising once again too. At the end of 2020, overall...
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