Workforce and Employment

Remote working isn't going anywhere, according to Google search trends

Google searches for “remote work” are spiking at levels not seen since the pandemic first hit in March 2020. Image: Unsplash/Jason Strull

Sarah Todd

Senior Reporter, Quartz

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There's a possible connections between the rise of remote work and aching spines around the globe.
There's a possible connections between the rise of remote work and aching spines around the globe. Image: Quartz

Chart showing global Google search interest in remote work.
Google searches for “remote work” are also spiking at levels not seen since the pandemic first hit in March 2020. Image: Quartz
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