London’s talent pool exits city amid lockdown | HR Wire
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London’s talent pool exits city amid lockdown

Millennials and Gen Z individuals were more likely to return home, with 43% of 18-34 year olds moving back to their family home for lockdown

More than one in five (22%) skilled workers in London have moved back to their family home for lockdown, according to new data from the Future Strategy Club, as the demographic makeup of cities and workers has continued to change “immeasurably” aid the pandemic.  Office workers whose jobs could be done remotely were more likely to leave London, the research found, while 29% of managerial, administrative or professional workers moved back to their family home. Only 6% of manual workers moved back to their family home for lockdown, however. Millennials and Gen Z individuals were more likely... Subscribe to read full artical

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London’s talent pool exits city amid lockdown | HR Wire
London’s talent pool exits city amid lockdown | HR Wire
People Moves

London’s talent pool exits city amid lockdown

Millennials and Gen Z individuals were more likely to return home, with 43% of 18-34 year olds moving back to their family home for lockdown

More than one in five (22%) skilled workers in London have moved back to their family home for lockdown, according to new data from the Future Strategy Club, as the demographic makeup of cities and workers has continued to change “immeasurably” aid the pandemic.  Office workers whose jobs could be done remotely were more likely to leave London, the research found, while 29% of managerial, administrative or professional workers moved back to their family home. Only 6% of manual workers moved back to their family home for lockdown, however. Millennials and Gen Z individuals were more likely... Subscribe to read full artical

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