Workforce and Employment

Survey: How US employees feel about a full return to the workplace

Many employers have big decisions to make about 'return to work' proceedures. Image: Unsplash/Austin Distel

Jose Maria Barrero

Assistant Professor of Finance, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Nicholas Bloom

Professor of Economics , Stanford University

Steven Davis

William H. Abbott Distinguished Service Professor of International Business and Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business; Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution


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35.8% of people would look for work elsewhere in this situation. Image: VoxEu

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Over half of respondents would be more likely to consider the job which allowed some degree of home-working in this situation. Image: VoxEu
Women would be more likely to pick the new job in this situation than men. Image: VoxEu
Living with children under 18 is an influencing factor. Image: VoxEu
Higher education increases the likelihood of accepting the work from home job offer. Image: VoxEu
The popularity of working from home has increased. Image: VoxEu

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