Remote work is here to stay, even after the pandemic ends, while the structure of our metropolitan areas could change permanently with the drop in demand for office space, the central bank predicts.
Korean companies are ordering their employees to work from home as Seoul goes through a bad coronavirus patch. Some had just normalized office working hours weeks ago.
The economic recession and a boom for untact, or no-contact services from the coronavirus pandemic has contributed to the surging demand for online classes and other paid forms of distraction. Their educational goals focus on applicable skills.