The shift toward remote work could leave blue-collar workers behind

Covid-19 has forced millions of Americans to work from home. And it's expected that, even after we get the virus under control, the number of Americans who will end up working from home will likely be much higher than it was before the pandemic....

The shift toward remote work could leave blue-collar workers behind
Covid-19 has forced millions of Americans to work from home. And it's expected that, even after we get the virus under control, the number of Americans who will end up working from home will likely be much higher than it was before the pandemic. That shift will ripple throughout our economy, and it has the potential to widen the racial and gender gap even further -- unless governments and private companies put smart policies in place.