The overall economy has seen some improvement, but there is still much to be desired. It looks like positive steps are being taken, but the journey is lengthy. Those struggling to find a job cannot be comforted by the changes in the macroeconomic situation. Fortunately, platforms like TechCrunch provide a platform to help those who are having a hard time.
I’m familiar with the difficulty of losing my job, as I have been laid off two times already. Despite the encouragement of others on LinkedIn, it is still expected to be hard, and I still find myself struggling with doubts about my own value.
In America, what you do for a living is usually the second question you get asked after someone learns your name. We link a great deal of our self-esteem to what job we have. That could be an unhealthy way to live, yet, it’s the activity which many of us spend the majority of our days doing. It’s also the basis of several of our closest connections. When you are looking at figures in the tens of thousands concerning massive layoffs, it’s effortless to fail to see the emotional effects of this.
Good news! It appears that many companies are starting to hire again, which is especially good news for those in the robotics industry, given the expansion it experienced in recent months. It’s true that two of the biggest corporate giants, Alphabet and Amazon, have reduced their investments in robotics, however, we can expect to see some other businesses being bought up or closing down.
A large sum of money was spent on improvement of automation, making sure that many can make it through this difficult period with minimal damage. On the contrary, the results of this bad news can even be beneficial to the economy. It is unquestionable that labor concerns will remain, as will the development and mechanization of industries like product delivery, engineering, medical treatment and agricultural cultivation, to name a few.
It is a difficult period at the moment to search for jobs but a great opportunity to seek roles associated with robotics. Every week I make known a few businesses recruiting in my robotics newsflash publication, Actuator. This morning I posted a request in the hope of compiling enough to warrant a dedicated post and the response was prompt.
TechCrunch is not solely a job board, it doesn’t provide detailed listings of every role involving robotics. However, it may be a beneficial starting point for those who have recently been laid off, are finishing up school, or are interested in a career switch. If this post receives a positive response, we will create more like it. If someone ends up successfully finding a job because of this post, be sure to let me know on Twitter! It is always great to hear about a nice and happy ending.
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