The U.S. economy has changed significantly in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and the widespread business and economic changes the pandemic has ushered in.
While in-person industries like dining and hospitality have suffered, along with many blue-collar jobs that can’t easily be performed remotely, white-collar workers have been less hard hit, thanks to a surge in telecommunications technologies that have generated enormous revenues for the companies that provide them.
Changes in the Nature of Work Persisting
When the pandemic began, many Americans expected a brief period of change before quickly returning back to normal. But the