You're Muted: The Future of "Remote" Work with Liz Farmer, Future of Labor Research Center Fellow at the SUNY Rockefeller Institute of Government
The pandemic changed many aspects of American life from home life, to school, and of course work. Now that some time has gone by, researchers are beginning to look at the overall impact of the shift to remote work, as well as its potential impact on the future of work. We were surprised in reading the report about the variability across the country -- but also the rural vs urban impacts. For this episode of The Future Works, we are joined by Liz Farmer, Future of Labor Research Center Fellow at the SUNY Rockefeller Institute of Government. She is the author of a new report, Remote Work during COVID-19: What Can It Tell Us About the Future of Work?.
Music used in this episode was produced by Jason Shaw on AudionautiX. This episode was edited by Brian Finch.