In a never-in-our-lifetime milestone, the number of Americans who have filed for unemployment surpassed the 40 million mark with 1 in 4 workers now becoming jobless over the last two months. And Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci has recently shared that a second wave of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. could happen.
In our post-crisis world, many things will never be the same—including jobs and how we work. In fact, career experts predict that for many American workers it will be a dawning of a whole new employment marketplace.
To learn more about this shift in our workplaces and the new manner in which millions of people will work, I was excited to catch up with Joe Mullings about his thoughts on what he calls the “Interim Economy.”
Joe Mullings has been building companies and careers since 1989. He founded and is Chairman & CEO of The Mullings Group, the world’s leading search firm in the medical device industry. The Mullings Group is responsible for more than 7,000 successful searches with more than 600 companies in the medical device industry and counts among its clientele Johnson & Johnson, Google, Medtronic, Abbott and Siemens. In 2020, Mullings was appointed the Chief Visionary Office of MRI, Inc., ranked 3rd among executive recruitment firms with 400 offices worldwide.