Online courses that are in high demand right now [Part 2]

For years now, there has been a shift in how employers treated their employees’ work-life balance. With the shift in generations and Millennials becoming the majority of the workforce, the focus had to be moved towards their well-being, as this demographic has a rather small tolerance when it comes to stress or personal discomfort.

Apart from corporate programs, many entrepreneurs have seen and seized this opportunity, and there seemed to be no shortage of therapeutic programs with everything from horses and kittens to water coloring, yoga, or baking. And then there were probably the most lucrative of them all – the retreats.

The dream of being swept away (individually, as a couple, or with a group of friends) to a remote exotic location where one could focus on oneself has been marketed incessantly and with great results. Since getting away is not really a healthy option of the moment and all of us have experienced our world being turned upside down, there are several areas that have emerged as interesting (if not essential) for people to get through this with their wits intact.

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