Workforce and Employment

A tale of two US labour markets: How remote work could help break down barriers to employment

The labour market for on-site work is four times tighter than that of remote work. Image: Unsplash / wocintechchat

Rand Ghayad

Head of Economics and Global Labor Markets, LinkedIn

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A tight labour market and growth of remote work could boost jobs for workers from all backgrounds, and also benefit employers.
A tight labour market and growth of remote work could boost jobs for workers from all backgrounds, and also benefit employers. Image: LinkedIn
The labur market has cooled down significantly for remote work.
The US labour market has cooled down significantly for remote work. Image: LinkedIn

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