What Is The Future Of Remote Work? : Consider This from NPR It's been over three years since the pandemic started and changed the way millions of Americans work.

The possibilities of remote work gave a new kind of freedom to many workers. But as more and more companies demand employees return to the office, is the work from home era coming to an end?

Host Scott Detrow speaks with Anne Helen Petersen, culture writer and the author of Out of Office, about the future of remote work.

What Is The Future Of Remote Work?

What Is The Future Of Remote Work?

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The pandemic forced Americans to work from home. Now, more than three years on, employers are struggling to bring them back to the office. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The pandemic forced Americans to work from home. Now, more than three years on, employers are struggling to bring them back to the office.

Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images

It's been over three years since the pandemic started and changed the way millions of Americans work.

The possibilities of remote work gave a new kind of freedom to many workers. But as more and more companies demand employees return to the office, is the work from home era coming to an end?

Host Scott Detrow speaks with Anne Helen Petersen, culture writer and the author of Out of Office, about the future of remote work.

This episode was produced by Emma Klein and Linah Mohammad. It was edited by Jeanette Woods and Adam Raney. Our executive producer is Sami Yenigun.