Work-from-home access is skewed across US race, education gap

In the BLS survey, more than two-thirds of college-educated workers with at least a bachelor’s degree worked from home part-time or full-time, compared with about one in six of those who have less than a high-school diploma. — AFP Relaxnews

Remote work is here to stay and newly released US government data show how much it could exacerbate inequalities.

The ability to telework differed sharply by race and by level of education in a Bureau of Labor Statistics survey of workers in their late 30s and early 40s.

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