Remote work, which skyrocketed during the pandemic, has become an increasingly rare perk for Americans, according to recent report from the U.S. Labor Department.
During the height of the pandemic, virtual meetings could resemble an episode of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Employees who once trekked to the office five days a week were now scattered around the country–or world. The term “digital nomads” entered the corporate lexicon along with predictions of an emerging class of roving professionals, who would travel, work, and live anywhere they could charge their laptops. Three years later, that scenario has not quite panned out.
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