Around three years ago, many office workers grabbed their last coffee before riding the elevator up to their office floor. They ate their lunches with coworkers in office kitchens, and they said goodbye to in-person meetings and their desk neighbors — perhaps forever.
It’s been over three years since the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a pandemic and many Americans were pushed into remote work. While some have since returned to the office, others have decided to continue working from home. Their former colleagues may have quit and moved on to new jobs during the Great Resignation, perhaps where they can work remotely too.