Covid-19 looks likely to create ‘a tsunami of job losses’. There are also signs the pandemic could rapidly accelerate the pace of technological change.
This report explores how these forces could interact to fundamentally reshape the labour market.
We set out a risk register that combines an analysis of the impacts of the pandemic on different sectors, with measures of automation risk and their growth or decline over the last decade.
Our aim is to help decision makers identify the jobs which are vulnerable or resilient to these two different forces. We make recommendations for what policy support is needed to make sure all workers can gain or retain access to good work, during the pandemic and beyond.
Read how our call for private-sector key workers to be eligible for affordable housing prioritisation was met with a GLA announcement in December 2021.
Jake Jooshandeh Hannah Webster James Morrison
This research seeks to understand how social housing residents experience economic security and how technological changes to workplaces might impact their futures.
During the pandemic, many key workers have experienced impacts on their economic security, mental and physical health, working and home lives. These are just some of their stories.