Le tourisme est confronté à des pénuries de main-d’œuvre. C’est l’un des secteurs qui ont le plus souffert de la pandémie de COVID-19. Aujourd’hui, après avoir reporté leurs projets de voyage pendant plusieurs années, de nombreux vacanciers de l’hémisphère Nord plient bagage. Toutefois, rien n’est gagné pour le tourisme : les problèmes surgissant dans un domaine peuvent générer des répercussions en cascade, notamment en matière de main-d’œuvre.
In times of a global pandemic, war and rising instability, how do we get back on track to good health, peace and resilience? The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development offers a solid route, but we need to step up action.
Just six years ago, more than half of SME retailers’ transactions were paper based – in the form of cash or cheques. That world is long gone. Why? A large part is because Covid-19 gave digital payments a huge boost.
It’s been a tough two years for women. Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, women were hit harder by job losses, leading many to call it a “she-cession”. But as the pandemic worse on we started to see wider impacts too.
The tourism sector was one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now it is facing labour shortages. As the Northern Hemisphere heats up for summer, how can the sector meet the immediate needs of customers and also create good jobs going forward?
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The overall contribution to global gross value added (GVA) of the sector fell by around 21% between 2019-20. However, the impact of the pandemic has been uneven.
The Covid-19 pandemic created a new normal of consuming culture from the couch. Policy makers must take advantage of the great re-opening to expand participation and create equitable access to culture. Where do they start to improve well-being?