Five years from now, what percentage of the US population will work remotely?
I think that number will never exceed 30 percent fully remote.
What percentage will have some remote work? Probably 60 to 65 percent.
There are some roles that will never be remote.
Currently, 10 percent of the US workforce are fully remote and
35 percent are hybrid remote.
In five years, I think both numbers will be pretty similar.
Julie Whelan: The last few years has proven that people are able to work remotely.
Now, we are trying to mix a combination of in-person and remote work — that is where the challenges shine.
I am not convinced we will see a large jump in fully remote work;
I think jobs that are fully remote will always remain the minority.
Go to The future of remote work, according to 6 experts – Vox for answers to these questions:
What has to change for more people to be able to work remotely?
How might remote work affect jobs that aren’t remote?
Will remote workers find it harder to advance than their in-person colleagues?
What’s going to happen to all the offices?
To what extent will remote work affect where people live?
How will it affect pay?
Will remote work cause companies to hire more contractors or more people outside the US?
What will happen to remote work in a recession?