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The importance of staying creative
Smart working, or working from home, is a concept that has been around for years, but the recent Covid-19 pandemic brought it to surface and showcased how essential and efficient it can be even in critical situations, proving that it can be adapted even after the pandemic to avoid pollution and work more efficiently.
Whilst working from home in your pajama bottoms might sound appealing to most people, that is not always the case when talking about the general population. A large group of people with disadvantages are not able to understand and apply the technology and prepare themselves psychologically and physically for the new way of working – this includes students and VET trainers. Therefore, by not being able to transition to digital work, they will most likely get more isolated and be left behind as the world around them evolves.