Future of Work

Remote working is not working for the poor, the young and women, a new study finds

Remote working

The IMF predicts that 100 million people can't work remotely. Image: Unsplash

Mariya Brussevich
Economist, IMF
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The richer are more mobile.
Remote working is easier in advanced economies. Image: PIAAC Survey
COVID-19 could amplify inter-generational inequality
COVID-19 could amplify inter-generational inequality Image: PIAAC Survey
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The share of work. Image: PIAAC Survey
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