Into the world of remote jobs: Will Nigerian jobseekers win or lose?
The future of work. Source: Stears Business

What if I told you that the pandemic's effect on the world's labour markets is similar to what happens when countries sign trade agreements with each other? If you are struggling to see the link, I don't blame you. 

You see, while we were all getting a massive crash course in learning how to work remotely, we have had to accept that it is potentially less expensive and more efficient. Just think about how much time you save when all you have to do is walk up to your makeshift desk to log in for work rather than battle traffic to get to your office.

So similar to trade, this uptick in remote working has second and third-order effects that we should consider. Like Nigeria trades with Japan so that Nigerians can buy Toyota cars, remote work borne out of the pandemic should also make it easy for Nigerian job

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Fadekemi Abiru

Fadekemi Abiru

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