A Growing Pandemic; Analyzing Jordanians’ Online Conversations on Covid-19
With a higher level of fear shared among earlier posts, some turned to humor and prayers to stay positive. Nonetheless, with the increasing clarity, fear began to die down as awareness and safety measures where shared amongst social media users.
March 2020: Consumer confidence still holding up globally, but expectations are down
Two months after the first coronavirus outbreak reports, China loses its status of consumer sentiment champion to Saudi Arabia while Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico and the United States see a notable drop in their expectations Index since February.
A hard day’s work: global attitudes to gender equality in the workplace
Gender equality at work is still not achieved as nearly three in ten men (28%) around the world think it’s acceptable to tell jokes or stories of a sexual nature at work, according to a new global survey to mark International Women’s Day. By contrast, only 16% of women globally say such jokes or stories are acceptable.