The covid-19 pandemic has left a very unfavorable effect on society because of its adverse impact on the economy and business. The irreversible damage posed by this virus has put a hold on many things that could have proved to be essential for the people. Even though the vaccine to treat coronavirus has finally come to light and is expected to change the pandemic reality soon enough, but the damage that has already been done is far too big to overcome in just a few days.
This infographic strictly focuses on the five trends that have emerged during the pandemic period because to survive it; people switched to many different activities they normally wouldn't care about. For instance, the pandemic season forced most people to find entertainment on their home screens or phone screens instead of cinemas and outdoor amusement spots. Likewise, the younger generations shifted towards video gaming for most time of the day, which led to an immense increase in the sales of video games.
The recent reports also declared that the post-Covid-19 season had developed a new trait in the customers. The customers now wish to make their payments as digital and contact-free as possible, meaning that since most of the customers have already been making purchases online, contactless payments through credit cards is the best option to ensure safety and accuracy. This has caused a massive increase in the subscription revenues of popular companies like Amazon etc.
Although billionaires and their lives remained unaffected during the pandemic season, there are still other factors that were largely and negatively affected by the pandemic, such as the factor of inequality. The infographic states that after the pandemic hit the countries, a considerable amount of gap was brought to people's attention. The rich are getting richer while the ones below the line are drifting even farther.
The last and the most important trend that took the entire world by storm was the implementation of remote work or work from home, that too, for the entire batch of employees. Gradually the employees accepted the new reality found comfort in working from remote areas by saving themselves some cash and fuel.
Infographic by: Visualcapitalist.com