Louisiana is pushing working from home heavy again..I think it's time to understand that working from home is here to stay..It should be an option for those who are able and want to do it from now on..
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I just posted a brief thread about the phenomenon.
“Four years later, self-driving cars are still years away from saving us from ourselves. But remote work has surged in a way that even its most ardent proponents couldn't have predicted.” businessinsider.com/wfh-expe…
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I posted another article about towns and cities offering incentives for remote workers to move there. These articles may raise more questions than they answer, but the trend toward remote work has definitely accelerated because of the pandemic.
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My wife, a lawyer, mostly works from home now. During the height of the pandemic courts were holding trials and hearings on Zoom. Some courts continue to do that to this day.

Dec 30, 2021 · 10:48 PM UTC

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A chart on the trends from the first article.