Will work from home outlast virus? Ford's move suggests yes

Working from home will most likely continue after the pandemic, according to new research by Associate Professor of Economics Alexander Bick.

In this story published March 17, 2021, in U.S. News & World Report:

A study last month by Alexander Bick and two colleagues found that nearly 13% of workers they surveyed plan to work from home full time after the pandemic — nearly double the 7.6% who did so in February 2020. An additional 25% expect to do so at least one day a week, up from 17% before the pandemic.


Alexander Bick, associate professor of economics




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