Report shows how Covid-19 has changed the face of employment in SA

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In particular, the rate of job finding among youth is especially high. (iStock)
In particular, the rate of job finding among youth is especially high. (iStock)

The Covid-19 pandemic has created a general idea of working from home where functionally possible. But not all jobs can be performed from home, leading to a higher risk for those workers. 

This is one of the problems facing SA's workforce that was noted in the the latest National Income Dynamics Study - Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (NIDS-CRAM), which was released on Wednesday.

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