It was almost exactly a year ago when millions of us got sent home from work abruptly, not sure when we’d come back.
Now, a year after the pandemic shutdowns began, we’re starting to go back, it’s suddenly looking clear, but not that clear.
Professor Nick Bloom is gonna have a lot of good answers on this.
He’s a professor of economics at the Stanford Business School.
How much have we grown our work from home portion in this country?
And how do you measure it?
And where are we going to end up as we start to modulate this a bit.
Just to set the scene that’s like a before, during and after.
So before COVID we know very accurately from our government figures government data that roughly 5% of working days are working from home.
Roughly 95% run the business premises.
And those 5% of days were driven by about 15% of people during COVID it’s completely exploded as…
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