Ability to work from home: evidence from two surveys and implications for the labor market in the COVID-19 pandemic : Monthly Labor Review: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
This article examines the relationship between workers’ ability to work at home, as captured in job characteristics measured by the Occupational Information Network, and the actual incidence of working at home, as measured by the American Time Use Survey and the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth…
Table 1. Workers who could work at home, did work at home, and were paid for work at home, by selected characteristics, averages for the period 2017-2018