Some remote jobs will still be hot in 5 years, and others 'might not exist,' economists say—how to know the difference

· CNBC Make It · Morgan Smith

Remote jobs are vanishing.

At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, close to half of Americans worked from home full-time, a significant jump from about 2% pre-pandemic. Now, less than 10% of workers in the U.S. have a fully remote job, says Nicholas Bloom, a Stanford economics professor, who has studied work-from-home policies for decades.

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