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What's The Future of Work? (And How We're Preparing)

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The combination of automation and a global pandemic has pushed society into a new norm of work. There’s no escaping the digital revolution as it impacts every industry. Lockdowns have given us some time to take a step back to evaluate what’s essential and what work-life balance should look like. In this episode, we share our reactions to some pretty compelling statistics about the future of work before sharing our approach to navigating these changes. This episode is brought to you by Woron. Woron is a sustainable and ethical underwear & everyday essentials. They’re a brand based out of Copenhagen & owned by two sisters – Arina and Anya Woron. Browse their full range at woronstore.com. Use discount code MINIMALISTVEGAN at checkout to get 15% off storewide. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Looking for more? Submit your question or topic suggestion at https://theminimalistvegan.com/podcast/ Visit the show notes at https://theminimalistvegan.com/068/ Check out our new cooking show on YouTube https://bit.ly/36XRk6V Follow us on Instagram @theminimalistvegan Email us at info@theminimalistvegan.com

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