© Reuters. Europe’s employees re-train to adapt to a shifted pandemic job market
By Robert Muller, Michael Kahn and Michael Nienaber
PRAGUE (Reuters) – With theatres closed and work prospects dim, Czech actor Tomas Novotny put his stage profession on maintain and educated to change into a gravedigger.
The coronavirus reshaping Europe’s labour markets has spurred employees like Novotny to hunt new profession paths as previous jobs disappear or stay beset with uncertainty about any return to regular.
Not all modifications are as dramatic as that of the 36-year-old actor however his is an early illustration of a shift that can require folks to tackle new abilities to compete.
“I am glad for this chance,” Novotny instructed Reuters at a coaching web site in Prague, demonstrating a method utilizing wooden and iron rods to roll a 600-kg tombstone off a grave.
“The uncertainty and never figuring out once