Weekly Reports May 2020

May 31, 2020

Weekly Report 20-37

  • “SOCIAL HISTORIANS MAY REGARD 2020 AS THE START OF A NEW AGE… when the rhythm of life was disrupted, and the barrier between home and working life (a useful way of relieving stress) disappeared.” For service industry workers, broadband allows... Continue
  • May 29, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-36

  • THE ECONOMIC RESET FOSTERED BY CORONAVIRUS IS NOW EMERGING, with start-ups and restarts in progress.    A reminder that four in ten new companies fail from the get-go because entrepreneurs built products or services which didn’t address the “real needs, of... Continue
  • May 24, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-35

  • THE COMING U.S. ELECTION WILL BE UNLIKE ANY PRIOR, especially since this is the year that Millennials have overtaken Boomers & GenXers in population. While statistics suggest that 25 – 40 year olds are less attached to political parties and... Continue
  • May 21, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-34

  • A TYPICAL ADULT IS NOW SPENDING 13 HOURS DAILY ON COMPUTER SCREENS – some 300,000 hours over their age 18 – 80 lifespan. According to a recent 2000-adult British survey, time is being spent on average: 4 hours laptop, 3½... Continue
  • May 16, 2020

    Weekly Report 20-33

  • THE COVID-19 CRISIS WILL FOMENT PERHAPS THE GREATEST WORKFORCE SHIFT IN MODERN HISTORY as result of unprecedented disruptions to our economy. Many who are presently furloughed or unemployed because of company distress or isolation restrictions are being forced to rethink... Continue