Robert Half, a national job-recruiter with six locations in Northeast Ohio, surveyed thousands of workers in April. While the agency caters locally to the manufacturing industry, most clients offer office jobs, from administrative assistants, information technologists, customer service representatives and accountants to six-figure executive positions.
John Simms, a 7th and 8th grade social studies and history teacher in Albuquerque, said his job was already hard to manage prior to COVID-19 – it wasn’t unusual to work 16 to 20-hour days and still feel like he was behind. “Then you add on top of it the complexities of navigating physical technology and software with almost zero preparation,” he said of the transition to remote learning. Simms described an environment in which he and his fellow teachers were asked to manage all the minutiae of their roles prior to the pandemic, plus more, and it took a serious toll on his mental health.
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The survey found that 52% of respondents want colleagues to wear masks and think employers should require vaccinations. And 53% said they would feel uncomfortable sharing space with co-workers.
Indeed, from February to April, the number of part-time workers also fell by 85,000 to 25.5 million while the ranks of full-time workers surged by 1.3 million to 125.6 million, according to Moody’s and Labor Department figures.
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Many slave owners kept their slaves even after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863. On June 19, 1865, Major Gen. Gordon Granger came to Galveston, Texas, and said the Civil War was over and slavery had ended.