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Hope Writers – Instagram Writing Challenge May 09-13

This is a shout out to writers and authors. Finding space in our day to invest in writing is difficult, hard, and sometimes exhausting.

But there is a way to create a regular rhythm that leads to a writing habit. And I mean, writing non-stop, becoming unstoppable.

And there is a way to add accountability and make writing enjoyable too. That’s writing with others.

I want to invite you to join me for the Hope Writers – Instagram Writing Challenge that’s happening this week, May 09 through May 13.

Now, this 5-day challenge is free and it’s so much fun, hundreds of writers and authors will unite each day just to write freely, without the pressure of writing for an audience.

Every day, the Hope Writers team will assign a writing prompt. It only takes a few minutes to write an Instagram caption and you’ll be able to clear the brain fog, discover your writing voice, find unparallel confidence in sharing your words, and collaborate with like-minded writers in a live event.

Let’s take this challenge together.

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    As soon as many occupations are very vulnerable to changes, such an unprecedented pandemic like now affects millions of workers across the globe. However, there is a list of economically secure and strategically stable jobs that don’t fall down. Even, during the coronavirus time. Do you imagine what these professions are and why their response to COVID-19 is pointless?

    Today, we are going to cover a lot of things related to active jobs that have not faced the risk of layoffs, furloughs, reduced income due to social distancing, and lockdown. Moreover, you will be able to see how some of them took advantage of the whole situation.

    So, without further ado, let’s dive right in.

    Top 7 Professions Not Affected By The Coronavirus

    #1 Freelancer

    All freelance workers performing their projects online have an excellent immunity towards the outbreaks of unexpected occasions. Apparently, coronavirus wasn’t an exception for them either. As CNBC suggests, freelance work has weathered the virus storm and quickly adopted measures to prevent a collapse in the market. At the time when others are hunting down missing invoices or taking their time to update the skill set, it is all out of your bothering as a freelancer.

    Digital marketing agencies always prompt committed workers to apply for open positions, develop their interest in permanent jobs, and master executive leadership.

    Therefore, this occupation is ideal for any circumstances showing up during the tremendously changing pace of life.

    #2 Psychologist

    The novel coronavirus hasn’t left psychologists out of the competition, for sure. In fact, WHO takes into serious consideration the fact that mental crisis is impacting millions of people at this stage and national authorities should monitor the situation to provide information and guidance to governments and the public. Otherwise, we will be stuck with fears, stress, concerns, and anxiety.

    Getting unique mental treatment with the tools of developing mindfulness, lowering down sensitivity, and accepting life disruption is what everyone craves today. So, it is pretty clear psychologists are very in-demand these times. And, moreover, their income has grown by leaps and bounds too.

    For instance, the average behavioral health professional salary is $44,518.

    Average behavioral health professional salary in US dollars

    #3 IT Specialist

    Another branch that was lucky to save its performance is tech-related jobs. These include artificial intelligence specialists, robotics engineers, data scientists, program developers, and this list goes on.

    The thing is that high-tech-focused occultations don’t require that much face-to-face interaction and presence, as let’s say, office-based positions. Just to compare it with a distinctively another field of work, the British jet engine maker announced that the pandemic had an enormous influence on the aviation industry, one of the high-income jobs, and forced Rolls Royce to begin a lay off campaign.

    IT operations can be carried out without cutting costs or firing employees. So, those of you having any relation to a so-called job of the future are out of harm’s way.

    #4 Web Designer

    Since businesses are trying to save up their expenditures and close off even remote places during coronavirus, we are all a bit stuck.

    Nonetheless, some countries react and support working-from-home by offering salary subsidies, letting freelancers claim unemployment benefits without shutting down their projects. Thus, web designing seems to be a silver lining here.

    Video editors and creative directors are always wanted. After all, it is an integral part of freelance, high-tech activities we have discussed in the previous paragraphs.

    3D modelers and animators is a very unique virtual workforce that facilitates the e-commerce chain.

    “Web design, in general, is seeing a substantial increase in demand during this time as the population is mostly stuck at home.” (Maxburst)

    #5 Delivery Driver

    After the confinement of 2020, the whole world was challenged to accept delivery orders. In fact, the statistics on shipping trends have immensely changed.

    What the collected data of Optimoroute represented was an increase in April orders (12% for a single driver), as well as total distance traveled (171%).

    If we are talking about restaurants, then it obviously faced hamper market growth and, consequently, a huge threat to survival.

    But it didn’t affect delivery guys at all.

    Growing consumer demand for quickly delivered food during such a vague period has actually saved this occupation and made it almost one of the most profitable ones in 2020.

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    April delivery orders increase for a single driver

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    #6 Artist

    Working as an illustrator, skulptor or musician seems to be the safest in the COVID-19 downturn. Most of you have probably noticed the creativity of modern artists reflected in the online signing sessions, exhibitions, and performances, haven’t you? Coronavirus left just no choice for art creators but turning their existing art pieces into something out of physical proximity.

    Which is not a bad practice at all as for the most popular zero-exposure-towards-diseases profession.

    In contrast, those working in health care usually register a higher rank of risks.

    For example, nurses rank 80 for exposure, 77 for proximity, as well as paramedics (89 and 97).

    These numbers clearly signify the potential resilience of art-related work. Despite many museums and galleries, shows, and concerts being shut down, artists continue thriving.

    No need to pay sick leave, do extra work, and get health insurance.

    #7 Marketer

    The bottom line is that marketers work online on a normal basis regardless of any unforeseen circumstances. So, it doesn’t have much influence on their efficiency and performance. However, workflow combined with strict deadlines starts beating harder.

    Lots of countries set to rise their marketing activities attempting to maintain or increase their presence in the media.

    Brand is one of the most valuable assets in the digital world and exponential growth in this industry due to coronavirus helped marketers embrace the fast-moving pace of work and loads of projects.

    The hourly rate was rather lowered down, though it continues to be one of the top career choices.

    Conclusion

    While everyone is monitoring how coronavirus shifts the working behavior in 2020, you already know what occupations are the least affected and most cherished during these difficult times.

    Land the best job that can stand even amidst worldwide disasters like today’s one and enjoy your working hours without the fear of getting fired or demoted.

    John Edwards

    John Edwards

    Writing Specialist

    John Edwards is a writing specialist who works at The Writing Judge. He is looking for ways of self-development in the field of writing and blogging. New horizons in his beloved business always attract with their varieties of opportunities. Therefore, it is so important for him to do the writing.

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    Hope Writers -Instagram Writing Challenge

    SHOUT OUT to writers & authors.

    Finding space in our day to invest in writing is difficult, hard, sometimes exhausting.

    But there is a way to create a regular rhythm that leads to a writing habit.

    And there is a way to add accountability and make writing enjoyable too.

    That's writing with others.

     

    This amazing community of authors, Hope Writers, of which I am a member for 1.5 years now is organizing a 5-day writing challenge on Instagram and you can participate for free.

    Clear the brain fog.

    Discover your writing voice.

    Find unparallel confidence in sharing your words.

    Have fun with like-minded writers in a live event.

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