The post-pandemic effects and how we work with them will be felt for many months to come. This current era feels almost like living in that period that came after the Black Death several hundred years ago where there was a lot of change and choice in normal people's lives. We have seen more demand for certain things such as home tech support and in other areas we've cut down such as office food deliveries, just some silly examples.
I think the next 12-18 months will be a telling time on employers, will they stick to their promises of a bright, hybrid-working and supportive workplace or will they renege? During the post-Black Death period those who could move and knew enough to know what their labour was worth moved and got jobs that actually paid some small amount, as opposed to serfdom where you got nothing but a scrap of land that could barely support you.
Interesting times ahead methinks.