Hybrid working largely serves the privileged

Working from home benefits mostly white, highly educated, and high paid workers, according to new research by Associate Professor of Economics Alexander Bick.

In this story published Feb. 22, 2021, in online publication All Work, which is dedicated to the future of work:

Bick’s survey revealed that those who expect to work from home some of the time in 2022 were largely white, highly educated and received high pay.


Alexander Bick, associate professor of economics




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