It doesn't take too much effort to see what is happening in the world of work, particularly in anticipation of waves of redundancy once the furlough lifts.
It takes a little more effort to think about what could happen as we emerge from the pandemic.
This article sets out one possible way forward - getting people into jobs which are relevant to them, having had training and work experience opportunities.
This can only be of benefit for organisations in sectors which traditionally hire un- or semi-skilled staff.
It also suggests a very different model for recruitment businesses, a sector which on occasion has a justifiable reputation for unprofessional working practices, amply evidenced in this article.
Better jobs for young people: one model for post-pandemic change