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How to follow the Jobs Reset Summit 2021

Join on the 1-2 June 2021 for the Jobs Reset Summit 2021.

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Beatrice Di Caro
Social Media and Live Communications Lead, Digital Media, World Economic Forum
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  • The second Jobs Reset Summit will take place 1-2 June.
  • Here's how to follow the event on our website and social media channels.
  • Join the conversation with the hashtag #JobsReset21.

In 2020, the global workforce lost an equivalent of 255 million full-time jobs, an estimated $3.7 trillion in wages and 4.4% of global GDP, a staggering toll on lives and livelihoods. While vaccine rollout has begun and the growth outlook is predicted to improve, an even socio-economic recovery is far from certain.

The choices made by policy-makers, business leaders, workers and learners today will shape societies for years to come. At this critical crossroads, leaders must consciously, proactively and urgently lay the foundations of a new social contract, rebuilding our economies so they provide opportunity for all.

On 1-2 June 2021, the World Economic Forum will virtually host the Jobs Reset Summit. It will provide a timely platform for laying these foundations, working beyond silos and across stakeholders. In the rapidly evolving and uncertain context for the global economy, the meeting will address the most critical areas of debate, articulate pathways for action, and mobilize the most influential leaders and organizations to work together to accelerate progress.

Here is our guide on how to follow #JobsReset21 on our digital channels.

We encourage you to post, share and retweet by tagging our accounts and using our official hashtag #JobsReset21.

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Livestream

You can watch the livestreamed sessions here. All sessions will be captioned in English.

Twitter

The official meeting hashtag is #JobsReset21. Follow tweets on this hashtag to keep up with everything going on in the meeting. We'll be live-tweeting key sessions, posting Fleets, and updating you on sessions.

Facebook

Follow our page for daily updates, livestreamed sessions, and video highlights from the event: wef.ch/facebook.

Linkedin

Top stories, highlights and more will be uploaded to our page. Follow the meeting here: wef.ch/linkedin. Join the LinkedIn event here.

Instagram

Key photographs, reels, stories and quizzes from the event will feature: wef.ch/instagram

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Livestreamed sessions and video roundups will be uploaded to our YouTube channel: wef.ch/youtube

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