Pandemic inspires career change

desk with a laptop and someone typingMany people have made the life changing decision to change careers.

Since March 9.6 million employees have been placed on the furlough scheme across the country.

When furlough started millions of people found they had a lot of new free time to think about their jobs. For some this meant finding out they wanted a career change.

Emma Rowland started the year as a choral conductor, now she is the director of the non-profit organisation Strong2gether. Emma explained why she wanted to create Strong2gether:

“It’s to help people re-grow social connections and reach out a time possibly more needed than ever”.

Although she now has Strong2gether, Emma hopes to one day be able to work with her charity whilst also being a choral conductor.

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