The article discusses the shift towards working from home and its implications for cities, businesses, and people. It suggests that a common pattern emerging is working three days in the office and two days at home. This hybrid model is seen as a way to balance in-person creativity and connections with the efficiency and flexibility of remote work. The article also highlights the potential impact on cities, with a possible return to lower density and more affordable urban areas. However, it acknowledges the inequality of remote work opportunities and the need for compensation for those unable to work from home.
Original article: Our research shows working from home works, in moderation | Nick Bloom