The COVID-19 pandemic has seen U.K. development NGOs freeze programs, cut staffing costs, and risk bankruptcy, a survey reveals.
Even as travel and some programming resumes and more job vacancies are posted, the job market remains highly competitive. The shift to remote working, at least in the short term, also means employers are looking for new skill sets.
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Emma Smith is a Reporter at Devex. She covers all things related to careers and hiring in the global development community as well as mental health within the sector — from tips on supporting humanitarian staff to designing mental health programs for refugees. Emma has reported from key development hubs in Europe and co-produced Devex’s DevProWomen2030 podcast series. She holds a degree in journalism from Glasgow Caledonian University and a master's in media and international conflict. In addition to writing for regional news publications, she has worked with organizations focused on child and women’s rights.