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Working from home was a luxury for the relatively affluent before coronavirus - not any more

Only 7% of workers in the United States have access to a “flexible workplace” benefit. Image: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Drew DeSilver

Senior Writer, Pew Research Center

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The highest paid 'knowledge workers' tend to have 'work from home' benefits. Image: Pew Research Center

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Employees of larger firms are more likely to be offered telework as an option. Image: Pew Research Center

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