American office workers are back…So is Covid.

Published: 18. 10. 2023

American workers are back in the office, as employers are finally getting the upper hand. “Fewer than 26% of US householders still have someone working remotely at least one day a week, a sharp decline from the early-2021 peak of 37%,” writes Bloomberg. At this point, only 7 states have a rate that’s above 33%. In many states, more workers are looking for remote positions than companies are offering. Nationwide, the number of job postings offering remote work has fallen from 10.2% in 2022 to 8.5%. Goldman Sachs Group now demands its employees spend five days . . .



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