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Remote work was a growing trend even before the COVID-19 pandemic made it a necessity for many companies to remain operational. Prior to the pandemic, about 4 percent of the population worked remotely, a figure that ballooned to about 42 percent of the U.S. labor force during the pandemic. While these numbers are expected to recede somewhat as office buildings re-open, remote work is likely to remain at about 22 percent through 2025.

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