COVID-19 has changed how we work, where we work and even if we work.
Here are the personal experiences of workers during the pandemic as illustrated through words, photographs, art, and video interviews. This exhibit will expand throughout the month.
What’s your story?
We are continuing to collect stories, photographs and artwork showing how COVID-19 has changed the working lives of people whatever type of work they are or were doing.
Email us your submission related to working and COVID-19 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some questions to get you started:
How would you describe your current working, or not working situation?
Are you working from home? What is it like working from home?
How have the changes you’ve experienced related to work impacted your life, economically, Socially OR In some other way?
Has your view of your work changed with this crisis?
***Please let us know if you would like us to not use your name with the story you submit. ***
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"I also feel very insecure about the future of my musical career" [Click for more]
"Please respect 6 feet Physical Distancing. Thank you!"
The Technical Director sits in the empty Bus Stop Theatre closed indefinitely while public gatherings are not permitted.
"Cover your mouth and nose with your arm when coughing or sneezing."
"Sales have moved online, which means that workload for staff has gone way up."
"We are doubling down with our online coverage."
MLA for Dartmouth North works from home where she shares her office with two new assistants.
"Today I really needed a break from computer work." [Click for more]
"For postal workers there’s an increase in volume so they are working harder than ever, but no
proper personal protection had been issued as of April 22."
"Demand for content is high... it is being called upon to replace live-action film and television content" [Click for more]
"As the physical distancing restrictions continue, corporate uniforms have begun to speak for workers."
"We are completely out of rubbing alcohol and can’t keep Clorox products on the shelves." [Click for more]
"I had no idea when I signed on for an “ordinary” job in retail that I would be taking on such an essential role in history." [Click for more]