A new survey titled The Working Future: More Human, Not Less, which looked at 20,000 workers in 10 countries representing around 65 percent of global gross domestic product, has found that the coronavirus pandemic has caused the biggest worker reshuffle in modern history and in the process radically shifted the balance of power from capital to labour. The survey also found that motivations for work have shifted greatly with fewer workers these days blinded by dollar signs. While 56 percent of respondents named compensation in their top three priorities, only 22 percent of workers ranked good salary and benefits as the thing that matters most to them in a job. Strides made in living standards, at least in developed countries, Al Jazeera reports, means that workers are upping their expectations about what a job should provide.