The health crisis was a trigger. For many French people, the teleworking or partial unemployment imposed have accelerated thinking, to fine-tune professional retraining projects. At the end of the first confinement, nearly half of the working people said they were considering changing jobs, according to a BVA study. And that’s even more today! This summer, “the Obs” gives the floor to these reconverted Covid, to those who questioned everything, despite the difficulties. LikeAudrey, 35, who is leaving her post in communications to become a school psychologist. She testifies:
“During confinement, the debate on essential and non-essential trades marked me. With relatives, we asked ourselves: “What if I quit tomorrow, or my job ceases to exist, what will happen?”Answer: nothing. Strictly nothing.
My journey has been linear. After five years of studies in communication, I worked in this sector for twelve years, mainly in an agency. For the past four years, I’ve been an associate director of a communications agency. My job was to manage calls for tenders for public or private contracts, to embark the strategic and creative teams and to pilot strategic projects within the management committee.
File – Meeting 6 retrained from the Covid
This big turn has been smoldering for several years. Since I was 30, my work no longer seemed to me to be suitable
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