Many Americans are making ambitious career plans and travel arrangements for the coming year. However, this optimism remains cautious amid the pandemic and financial concerns. Canvas8 spoke to eight people based in the US to hear what they are most excited and worried about for 2022.
Memorial Day weekend saw many travel across the US to reunite with loved ones. But due to COVID-19 concerns, they went by car instead of air and opted for Airbnbs over hotels. Canvas8 spoke to eight people to find out how the pandemic has impacted their summer 2021 travel plans.
The pandemic has reshaped the way people think about work. They’re moving away from jobs that don’t allow them time for themselves, their family, and hobbies, and instead to ones they’re passionate about. Canvas8 spoke to eight Americans about how the pandemic has changed their career values.
Fewer Americans will be asking people to wear masks at their holiday season parties while almost half are comfortable asking attendees their vaccination status. Americans who've had both shots are starting to feel more confident about mingling with fellow vaccinated friends and family.
Facing prolonged isolation, financial uncertainty, and difficult (but much-needed) discussions around racism, the average American is grappling with a lot more than normal in 2020. Canvas8 spoke to eight people about how challenging times are shaping their communications with friends and family.