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With more people working remotely, many of us have experienced a video job interview or conference interrupted by hungry kids demanding snacks or pets in the picture - punctuated by doors slamming, people walking by and ice makers grinding in the background. Or perhaps worst of all, technical problems. We all understand, of course, as we are working from home, too. Welcome to the new world of remote work, pandemic style.
Before coronavirus hit, about 5 percent of U.S. employees reported primarily telecommuting, while 40 percent worked from home at least some of the time. Now, with the pandemic shuttering workplaces, that figure has skyrocketed globally and will most likely continue to remain high in the coming years.
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