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The number of people with jobs might have increased in June, but remote work decreased, suggesting a possible end to what became the norm for working during the pandemic.
The June jobs report went beyond expectations, adding 850,000 payrolls accompanied by higher wages, mainly in the leisure and hospitality sectors. But beyond job growth, another notable data point from the report is the transition from remote work to in-person work. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics data, 35% of people were working from home in May 2020, and in June, the percentage was cut by details ⇒
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