If you’re feeling anxious and stressed lately, you’re not alone. For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about overwhelming uncertainty. From financial worries to health concerns, the pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of numerous Americans.

Just as everyone is getting somewhat used to the new normal of life under COVID-19, employees are starting to wonder what work will look like after the pandemic. Whether you liked working from home or not, that long hiatus from the office must have had an impact on your work life and daily routines. 

Life can be stressful sometimes. Without the proper ways to cope with and manage stress, it can lead to physical and mental health issues. While there are medications to deal with stress, physical activities are healthier and safer coping techniques to tame the tension, improve health, and boost the mood.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of many people. From the way Americans work and study, to how we spend our personal time, nothing has been untouched by this global epidemic. Social distancing measures have kept us away from friends and family and a general sense of uncertainty has lingered. 

What anthropology teaches you is to set aside your established norms and values and observe people within the context of their own cultures. These abilities to think out of the box, be open-minded and objective while being able to express yourself clearly, and put your observations down in lucid writing all set you on the right path to career success.