You’re hired! Now stay home. New recruits navigate the pandemic working world
Feeling pressured to overperform and prove himself is something 27-year-old Jama Jama can relate to, especially after landing a temporary job in October as an administrative clerk.
He describes it as “feeling stuck, feeling that it’s never enough, like most students or people of my generation.”
He’s been working remotely during the pandemic since graduating in May 2020 from Concordia University’s political science program.
As an extrovert, he’s found it challenging.