US automation in the pandemic, Bank of America’s tech training


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QR codes have replaced service staff in the pandemic and experts worry that means many jobs lost during the coronavirus pandemic will not return, and Germany’s inflation has risen to its highest level since 2008. Plus, the FT’s US banking correspondent, Imani Moise, explains how Bank of America is fighting a worker shortage by retraining its own employees. 

QR codes replace service staff as pandemic spurs automation in US – with Taylor Nicole Rogers, labour and equality correspondent

https://www.ft.com/content/05754eb3-38a5-488d-af96-5f5a1a7955c1

Bank of America fights war for tech talent by retraining own employees – with Imani Moise, US banking correspondent

https://www.ft.com/content/1edee6e4-6b67-4866-a0c6-23b15fa56deb

German inflation surges to 13-year high of 3.4%

https://www.ft.com/content/55cbd2a2-adc9-406f-ad45-daf90d79d221

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