There are a whole host of issues that businesses have to deal with as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic – not least of which is the post COVID-19 battle to retain existing employees and attract new talent. Yes, the so-called Great Resignation, described as a post-pandemic movement, is real and is piling on the pressure for business leaders and human resource managers in businesses that are also trying to navigate their way to digitalisation and back to whatever ‘normal’ they can recreate.
Being an unemployed graduate and not finding any jobs that match your requirements or what you are looking for is already difficult. Being an unemployed graduate is especially difficult during a time like this. The coronavirus pandemic makes finding a job so much more harder and eventually when you do find a suitable job to match your qualifications, there are probably thousands of other applicants so the pressure to stand out is on.
Add the pressure of your parents constantly nagging you to make your own money and things can start feeling slightly overwhelming.