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The World Ahead

The outlook for work in 2025: better for some, worse for others

Bright spots include less corporate gender imbalance, remote work normalization

Skilled professionals who were already established in the labor market when the Covid-19 crisis hit will by 2025 be enjoying the fruits of "hybrid" work.   © Reuters

LONDON -- In 2025, the world of work will be more flexible and inclusive for some of us, and more brutal, atomized and insecure for others.

Skilled professionals who were already established in the labor market when the COVID-19 crisis hit will by 2025 be enjoying the fruits of "hybrid" work. Many will work one or two days a week at home.

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