When and how to use masks - WHO Guidance
1) WHO recommends that persons with any symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 should:
• wear a medical mask, self-isolate, and seek medical advice as soon as they start to feel unwell with potential symptoms of COVID-19, even if symptoms are mild. Symptoms can include: fever, cough, fatigue, loss of appetite, shortness of breath and muscle pain. Other non-specific symptoms such as sore throat, nasal congestion, headache, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting, have also been reported. Loss of smell and taste preceding the onset of respiratory symptoms have also been
reported.(64, 65) Older people and immunosuppressed patients may present with atypical symptoms such as fatigue, reduced alertness, reduced mobility, diarrhoea, loss of appetite, delirium, and absence of fever.(26, 66, 67) It is important to note that early symptoms for some people infected with COVID-19 may be very mild and unspecific;....
Top 5 employment trends of 2020 that will affect Millennials
The year 2020 will be the year when we will see a complete shift in how people will be looking to getting compensated. Millennials in India are the biggest generation ever and this is causing a demographic shift.
By 2025 and the start of the year 2020, Millennials will make up around 75% of the workforce by 2025. They bring with them many new challenges for companies as employee desires are shifting heavily towards work-life balance, flexibility, and career growth path. They are motivated by new challenges and gaining new skills.
Here are the top 5 employment trends of 2020 that will affect Millennials:
Career trends by 2020
India is one of the fastest growing economies of the world today and likely that India will play a highly significant and substantial role on the global stage by 2020.
As expected a projected growth of this magnitude will have major impact on the number and kind of career opportunities that will be available in the future.
Economic progress in a country is often driven by growth of a few specific industries, which develop at a faster pace than others. As such, career avenues and types of jobs that will be available in the future will largely be determined by these rapidly evolving industries.....
Hiring Trends 2018: Here's what to expect in the job market this year
The year of 2017 was a mixed bag for jobs creation. Events like demonetisation and GSTs put light breaks on corporate hiring. Sectors like Automobile, FMCG, Retail, Banking and Financial Services, Real Estate and Pharma Industry felt the heat.
IT services industry experienced yet another slow down due to the proposed Visa restrictions in USA. The IT Industry also paused hiring to evaluate the impact on the automation front. In spite of all this talent who found their match changed jobs.
But, in terms of the proactive hiring and new jobs creation 2017 was a year of zero sum game....
2018 may see IT sector add two lakh jobs
The year 2017 was a year of disruption for the Indian job landscape, but the hiring scenario looks glossy now. The new year may see an addition of 2 lakh jobs in the IT industry, experts said.
The Indian job market is in a state of flux, thanks to rising adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), and according to experts, upskilling is the only way employees would be able to survive this transitory phase.
While rising adoption of automation technologies will lead to job losses for some segments, sectors like mobile manufacturing, Fintech and start-ups look bullish going ahead....