When China confirmed the outbreak of an unknown virus in Wuhan at the beginning of 2020, it took the Chinese government almost a month to lockdown the city and then the province of Hubei – affecting 57 million people and forcing millions of Chinese to work from home for the first time.
According to a 2018 report from the Office of National Statistics, between 2001 and 2016, female part-time self-employment almost doubled in the UK, rising from 439,000 to 812,000.
How much time do you spend working? Whether its time spent at your desk at the office, working from home, travelling to work or thinking about work, we bet it takes up a significant part of your day.
So, it’s important you’re happy in your job.
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Wishing you a Happy New Year from us at Afina. Lots of exciting plans for 2020 which we are looking forward to sharing with you. Whether you’re searching for a new job or branching out to forge a new career path, Afina Partners can help you find the role that works for you.
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