58% of people are afraid of infectious diseases
According to the report, when people were talking about the short-term threat, 58 percent said they were scared of infectious diseases. There are also people who take into account the crisis on life (55.1 per cent), extreme weather events such as floods, droughts (52.7 per cent), cyber security (39 per cent) and digital inequality (38.3 per cent). This is followed by long-term 38.3 per cent, terrorist attacks 37.8 per cent, youth delusions 36.4 per cent, social cohesion 35.6 per cent decline and environmental damage as major challenges for the world.
Asset bubble bracelets were down 53.3 per cent, IT infrastructure was down 53.3 per cent, price volatility was 52.9 per cent, commodities were down 52.7 per cent and debt was down 52.3 per cent. Deterioration of inter-state relations is 50.7 per cent, inter-state conflict 49.5 per cent, cyber security failure 49.0 per cent, tech governance failure 48.1 per cent and resource geopolitization 47.9 per cent.
Weapons of mass destruction are also a long-term threat
People’s concerns change when it comes to long-term risks compared to short- and medium-term ones. 4.4 percent consider weapons of mass destruction to be the greatest threat. The state’s decline is 51.8 per cent, biodiversity loss 51.2 per cent, adverse technology development 50.2 per cent and natural resource crisis 43.9 per cent. In addition, the decline in social security is 43.4 per cent, multilateralism 39.8 per cent, industry 39.7 per cent, failure to stop climate change 38.3 per cent and anger against science 37.8 per cent.
Major points of the report-
– 70 percent of women believe that Corona has slowed their careers
By 2025, India has generated 4 times more data
-85 million jobs will be automated
– 30 percent of young people lack technology, which can leave them behind in the digital world
-80 percent of young people are going through mental stress during the Corona period