How Remote Work Might Be Impacting Workers Mentally and Physically

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Remote work was the holy grail of employment situations for millions of Americans before the pandemic. Avoiding a two-way, daily commute and spending 9 or more hours per day in the office promised to be less stressful and free up more time for physical activity and other leisure pursuits. Workers believed they might even be able to eat healthier during the day if they could cook from home instead of grabbing a quick bite at a fast-food restaurant.

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But the reality of remote work hasn’t always lived up to its potential.

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