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Listen- Numbers Have Something to Say

Listen- Numbers Have Something to Say

Most people are getting back to living only with the basics and their priorities are being rearranged.

  • 69% of the organizations operating in the UK have seen a drop in the demand for their products/services.
  • The fashion retail sales sector alone has witnessed a 41% drop.
  • People have become 30% more likely to purchase groceries and FMCG from local stores near their homes rather than big chain stores.

However, some people’s priorities have not changed, even at the time of a pandemic:

  • 55% of frequent travelers stated that they are likely to book travel trips during the lockdown.

The younger generations are more worried about the future:

  • Seven in ten UK residents aged 18-24 worry that the unemployment caused by the pandemic will last long after it is over.
  • 54% of the same group believe that wages will drop because of the coronavirus.

The younger generations are more worried about the future:

  • Seven in ten UK residents aged 18-24 worry that the unemployment caused by the pandemic will last long after it is over.
  • 54% of the same group believe that wages will drop because of the coronavirus.

Appropriate lockdown and social distancing wouldn’t have been possible without digital and online services.

  • 72% of UK residents compared to 62% of Americans are now turning to online banking,
  • Non-cash payments are witnessing more than 10% increase.
  • Almost 75% of Americans are avoiding shopping centers and malls and turning to e-commerce.

Finally, people everywhere are finally united by one topic:

  • There’s a 553,778% increase in the online searches including “coronavirus” “COVID” or “COVID-19”.

Tell us what the most shocking number is and share your thoughts with us.

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