The pandemic left 2-4 million people out of work due to long COVID symptoms. Harvard professor David Cutler estimates this adds up to about $200 billion in lost wages per year. This means more people than ever are looking for remote jobs that can accommodate their current conditions.
All jobs are not created equally flexible. A chef can’t char your grilled calamari from his home kitchen, and baseball umpires can’t crouch from their couch (at least for now). But, if we have learned anything since 2020, most jobs typically associated with a traditional office can be successfully performed