NEW YORK -- Every morning Brett Lalli wakes up and spends two to three hours searching for jobs. The 22-year-old has sent out about 50 resumes over the past several months, but has received just one request for an interview.
Emboldened by an unemployment crisis that's only now easing up, businesses of all sizes have asked employees to take on extra tasks that have little to do with their primary roles and expertise. And some believe this shift is permanent.
Long-range forces are changing the nature of work and how jobs will be created. The disequilibrium in many national labor markets won't be solved by measures that worked well in decades past. A McKinsey Global Institute article.