In the United States and Europe, an increasing number of companies are now requiring employees to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. Employers have encouraged people to vaccinate for personal work safely after social distancing measures and the length of time working at home. Many of them indicate that they will kick out those who do not take Serum. Others indicate that they will not hire anyone who is not immune.
adults who They did not take the vaccine They may find it increasingly difficult to return to work or find jobs in certain industries or businesses.
In an interview with the American newspaper CNBC, the economist at the Employment Lab Ann Elizabeth Kunkle said that spreading job opportunities in the United States requires vaccination complete By 119% in August compared to the previous month.
“With the emergence of shifting delta situations, there is no doubt that employers are wondering how they can keep their business recovery on track. Vaccine requirements are a way to keep employees and customers safe and business operations running,” Konkel said.
According to data from the economist’s contraction platform, the proportion of job offers requiring vaccination in the legal sector rose 210% in the month through August 30. It rose by 146% in the field of education, rose by 219% in the administrative assistance sector, and jumped by 180% in the media and communications sector.
Countries tighten rules for worker vaccinations
Last week, US President Joe Biden announced a new requirement for federal employees: they should be vaccinated.
The president also said he is also asking the Department of Labor to publish a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees to enforce vaccinations or require weekly testing. The move was taken due to the rising number of people who do not want to be vaccinated – about 80 million Americans, out of a population of 328 million.
In addition to the US, the UK said all workers will need to be fully vaccinated from 11 November, unless they have a medical exemption. France and Greece have made similar announcements for public sector employees, and in Italy, teachers are now required to show a card. Serum before entering the class.
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