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Youth are optimistic about the future of work. Let's prove them right

Office workers wearing protective face masks walk in Singapore's central business district, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Singapore, August 17, 2020.   REUTERS/Edgar Su

The latest PwC Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey suggests younger generations are broadly optimistic about the future of work Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Carol Stubbings
Global Tax and Legal Services Leader, PwC
Peter Brown
Global People & Organization Leader, PwC, UK
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