Remote work grew less popular last year
Millions fewer Americans worked remotely last year, according to a new survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Why it matters: The data show the work world returning to a new normal, where there is some working from home — more than in the pre-COVID era — but less than at the height of the Zoom and sweatpants moment.
By the numbers: The share of establishments with employees rarely or never working remotely rose to 72.5%, up from 60.1% the year before.
On the flip side: Establishments with employees working remotely some...