Progressing Beyond the Pandemic
It is no secret that the pandemic has changed our world and the way we live in it for good. Through challenges and the unknown, Americans have been adapting to the new normal with mask wearing, hand sanitizing, and working from home.
After the shocking and unprecedented events of 2020, 2021 became a year of slow rebuilding. Thanks to the vaccine, Americans began leaving their homes, enjoying the pleasures of spending time with loved ones once again.
With businesses opening up again, individuals were ready to resume their social life, spending habits, and to take advantage of the services of those businesses previously shut down due to Covid-19.
Changing The Way We Work
But the pandemic changed more than just our social lives, it changed our careers and the way we think about work. An estimated 4.7 million people work remotely at least half of the week and during the height of the pandemic, this number was even higher. The chance to work from home was welcomed by many and shone a light for some on how work-life balance can be possible.
As the vaccine rolled out and many companies resumed in-person work, many employees struggled with the adjustment back to office politics and a decrease in their work-life balance. Thus began what is being called The Great Resignation.
The Great Resignation
The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 4 million Americans quit their jobs in July 2021 alone. The Great Resignation refers to this and the continuously growing number of individuals who are taking charge of their futures and making the necessary changes in order to achieve their goals.
It is no coincidence that a pandemic which put our lives on hold and made us question the certainty of our lives has had an effect on many of us. Americans are realizing that they have the ability to change paths, take the reigns, and begin working toward their very achievable goals.
What This Means For Franchises
Over 4.4 million businesses were started by entrepreneurs during the pandemic. These business owners saw the opportunity to create their own work environment which allowed them the flexibility of being their own boss while providing services to their communities.
2022 is likely to be a great year for franchisees. With the world continuing to open back up, the demand for goods and services will increase and drive business.
Why Home Helpers® Home Care is the Right Franchise for 2022
The importance of home care has never been more crucial to families than it is now, and the need for home care will never disappear. In fact, it is projected to increase significantly. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that by 2034, there will be 77 million people aged 65+ and 76.5 million people under 18 years of age living in the U.S.
Home Helpers Home Care is helping franchisees build businesses that will last and provide unmatched services to a constantly growing demographic in need. But Home Helpers® isn’t just about getting you a paycheck, it is about helping the community.
With individualized coaching, unmatched training, and access to a network of other franchisees, your business is in great hands from the start. No matter your experience, our team will be with you every step of the way to provide you with detailed training and leading technology.
Begin Your Journey Today
Join the millions of Americans who have decided to make their personal, financial, and professional goals a reality and begin providing support and care to those in need today.
As an essential business, Home Helpers Home Care is proud to be helping our seniors stay healthy and safe during these uncertain times. If you’re someone who’s looking to make a positive difference in the lives of senior citizens, become a part of our successful franchise!